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Districts 4, 5 and 6 Will Meet Second Week of February


Kay Electric members in Districts 4, 5 and 6 will soon be receiving the official notice and invitation to attend the District Meeting in their area. KEC holds district meetings every year in three of the nine districts (on a rotating basis) so members can select two persons as candidates for a trustee. A trustee represents members located within each district on KEC’s Board, much in the same way a congressman represents his voting district. These two candidates’ names will be on the ballot at the KEC Annual Meeting on Friday, April 10, 2015. District meetings are for discussion of any matter pertain-


ing to the business of your cooperative. If you live in District 4, 5 or 6, make plans to attend your


district meeting. You’ll not only get a chance to have a say in your cooperative, but also you and your family can enjoy a free buffet-style meal and an opportunity to win prizes. See you in a couple of weeks!


(YOU WILL BE RECEIVING A NOTIFICATION IN THE MAIL SOON)


QUALIFICATIONS FOR ELECTION AS TRUSTEE


Max Hohmann Feb. 9


District 4 Nardin


Methodist Church


6:30pm 2


Mike Lebeda Feb. 10


District 5 Medford


Civic Center 6:30pm


Brady Hostetler Feb. 11


District 6 Billings


Community Center


6:30pm


To be eligible for election as a trustee of KAY ELECTRIC COOPERA- TIVE (KEC) a person must meet the following qualifications: (1) He/she must be a member of KEC, and receive electricity from KEC at his/her primary residence. (2) He/she must be a resident of the district he/she is to represent, OR be the operating or chief executive of- ficer of any member which is not a natural person, such as a corpora- tion, church, etc., or its designee, if such a person is (1) in substantial permanent occupancy, direction or use of the premises served by KEC and (2) is a permanent and year- round resident of the district which the member is located. (3) A person is not eligible for elec- tion as a trustee if he/she is in any way employed by, or financially in- terested in, a competing enterprise, or a business selling electric energy or supplies to KEC, or a business primarily engaged in selling electri- cal appliances, fixtures, or supplies to the members of KEC. (4) Any person who is an employee or a former employee of KEC or is a close relative of an incumbent trust- ee or an employee of KEC, is not eli- gible for election as trustee. (5) A person cannot be an incum- bent of, or a candidate for, any elec- tive public office for which a salary or compensation in excess of $1,000 per year is paid: and (6) No person who has been convict- ed of a felony offense is eligible to be a trustee of KEC.


The qualifications set forth above have been approved by the member- ship, and the by-laws of Kay Electric Cooperative require strict adherence hereto.


Energy Camp 2013


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