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The ElectraLite


June 2014 Filing Periods Set for District 1, 2, and 8 Elections


Running for the board of trustees is one of the privileges unique to being mem- bers of an electric cooperative. Members interested in running for a position on the board are first required to file a notice of candidacy. The bylaws of CVEC state in Aticle IV, Section 5, c) NOTICE OF CANDIDACY: Members of a district desiring to be candidates for election as trustee from that


district and meeting the qualifications set for in Section 2 of this Article shall file with the Cooperative written notice, on a form provided by the Cooperative, of this candidacy and intention to stand for election to the office of trustee from their district not less than twenty-five (25) days nor more than thirty (30) days prior to the meeting of members of said district, provided, however, if the last day for fil-


ings falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or a legal holiday, then 1104173400 the filing period shall be extended until 5:00 p.m. on the first business day thereafter.


Only persons filing written notice of their candidacy and intention to stand for election shall be eligible for election at said meeting.


Incumbent trustees for this year’s elections are District 1, Steve Marak District 2, Robert Schoenecke District 8, Yates Adcock.


Filing periods:


District 1 - June 17-23 District 2 - June 18-23 District 8 - June 21-26


By George Continued from page 2.


continue to develop those resources. But today, our electricity supply is dependent on fossil fuel plants to make the electricity when the weather is the most extreme. We cannot afford to let the regulations in our country damage the reliability of our energy grid while the rest of the world moves ahead us- ing our coal to meet the needs of their people and powering their economy. As always those who have the least in our nation will pay the price in our


standard of living. We are the majority. Let’s say so.


What can we do besides pay the


price and suffer the consequences? I often feel not much. But we still have the freedom to speak out. If we fail to exercise that freedom we may lose it also. Tell and write every elected official you voted for or against to stop this EPA “War on Coal” and actually practice the “All of the above” approach to our energy needs. Write the EPA and tell them to stop this run-


away train of regulations. As a nation we should be doing better.


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