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David Rousseau is the President of the Salt River Project.
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In 2010, Salt River Project had a net revenue of $371 million. Operating revenues were $2.7 billion.
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- ↑ Private Enterprise Board, ALEC website, accessed July 7, 2011.
- ↑ Management's Financial and Operational Summary for 2010,"SRPNet.com"
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