A. Morley Wilson, Enterprise, Washington County, has been elected chairman of the the board of directors of the Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems, succeeding Newel G. Daines Jr., who retired to pursue personal interests.

Elected vice chairman was Cliff Michaelis, director of Bountiful Power & Light. Re-elected secretary was Walt Mecham, power superintendent of Kaysville Power Department, and Ted L. Olson, chairman of the Ephraim City Power Board, was re-elected treasurer.A farmer, rancher and real estate agent, Wilson has served 12 years as a member of the Enterprise City Council and 14 years as the city's power representative. He has been a member of the UAMPS board since its inception in 1980.

UAMPS is a non-profit agency formed to jointly plan, finance and operate electric power projects. Its members come from 33 municipal electric utilities and service districts.