Now that the Mayor and Cleco have settled their differences, we thought it appropriate to say hello to our Cleco neighbors and invite them to spend some of their big earnings in our fine city. Everyone shown here, except for Russell Davis, are Alexandria residents. Maybe you've seen them around town? If not, they were probably spending their money in Dallas, Lafayette or New Orleans. If you do see them around town, we invite you to offer a welcoming hand and get to know them better.
This is Mike Madison, Cleco's chief executive officer:
Mike joined Cleco in 2003. Cleco shareholders have given Mr. Madison over 100,000 shares of Cleco stock. He made $2,758,911 in 2008. He lives in a big house in Tennyson Oaks.
This is Dilek Samil, Cleco Power's chief operating officer:
Dilek joined Cleco in 2001. Cleco shareholders have give Ms. Samil over 70,000 shares of Cleco stock. She made $1,589,494 in 2008. She lives in a big house down the road from Mr. Madison.
This is Russell Davis, Cleco's chief accounting officer:
Russell joined Cleco in 2000. Cleco shareholders have given Mr. Davis over 33,000 shares of Cleco stock. He made $844,324 in 2008. He lives in a big house in Fairway East.
This is George Bausewine, Cleco's senior vice president of corporate services:
Cleco charholders have given Mr. Bausewine over 42,000 shares of Cleco stock. He made $870,187 in 2008. He lives in a big house in West Pointe.
This is William Fontenot, Cleco's vice president of regulated generation development:
His father was a Cleco executive. Bill joined Cleco in 1986. Cleco shareholders have given Mr. Fontenot over 42,000 shares of Cleco stock. He made $654,195 in 2008. He lives in a big house in a gated community.
This is Alexandria's Mini Mayor:
Alexandrians foolishly elected him in 2006 and he makes a base salary of about $100,000 per year. He lives in a big house in the Garden District. He drives a $60,000 BMW. He is currently day dreaming of applying for a Cleco attorney position once he leaves office this December.
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