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Powerline Press February 2015


A Supplement of Oklahoma Living Published by Lake Region Electric Cooperative for its members. Vol. 6


Tip of the Month Energy Efficiency


Did you know that 90 percent of the energy used to operate a washing machine comes from using hot water? A simple switch from hot to cold can save a great deal of energy! Also, consider air drying or even line drying to save even more household energy.


Source:


U.S. Department of Energy


All customers/members who subscribe to Lake Region Elec- tric Cooperative fiber services as well as Exede or WildBlue satellite internet, will notice a change on their billing state- ment. Members should notice they are now being billed from our subsidiary, Lake Region Technology and Communica- tions (LRTC).


Lake Region Electric Coop- erative has moved all technolo- gy and communication services under the new subsidiary. As part of the conversion process,


Annual Meeting


Lake Region Electric Cooperative members will be asked to vote for two trustees at the cooperative’s annual meeting of the member- ship, Saturday, April 25, 2015 at Hulbert Public Schools in Hulbert, Oklahoma. Any member in good standing may submit nominations by petition on forms provided by the cooperative. These forms will be available at the Hulbert office between February 23, 2015 and March 20, 2015. Each nominating petition must in- clude 15 or more member signatures. Certain minimal qualifications are required by basic law and the cooperative’s bylaws for one to be eligible for election or appointed to and to serve on the cooperative’s board. It is the ultimate legal responsibility of the board


LREC Powerline Press A Subsidiary of: Lake Region Electric Cooperative, Inc. New subsidiary company logo


consumers of Wildblue/Exede accounts have been as- signed a new account number. Consumers who are on automatic bank draft will have their ACH information updated, as well, for the new billing statements. Both companies are operated from the LREC offices and are committed to quality member services. If you have any questions or need to conduct business with either company, please feel free to contact us at 918- 772-2526 or toll-free at 800-364-5732.


April 25, 2015


LREC Accepting Board Member Nominations What you need to know before running for the LREC Board of Trustees


to ensure that these requirements are met and complied with. If the board should determine that an incumbent, nominee, or potential appointee lacks or has lost any of the necessary legal qualifications, it is the duty of the board to remove such incumbent or to declare such nom- inee or potential appointee ineligible for election, which- ever may be the case. By adopting, publishing and appropriately dissemi-


nating this policy and the attached related affirmation form, it is the board’s respectful hope that trustee incum- bents, nominees, or potential appointees will not only be fully apprised of these requirements, but mindful of their importance in deciding whether to continue or com- mence service on the board.


Eligibility qualification continued on page 3 1


NEWSLETTER No. 2


Name Change on Billing Statements


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