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is related to any employee or trustee of the Cooperative by blood or mar- riage within the third degree; or


(e) has entered a plea of guilty or nolo contender to or has been con- victed of a felony; or


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A Trustee of the Cooperative who fails to attend at a minimum, nine of every twelve consecutive regularly scheduled Board Meetings shall automatically lose his status as a Trustee and the remaining Trustees shall declare a vacancy RQ WKH %RDUG IURP WKH 'LVWULFW UHSUHVHQWHG E\ VXFK 7UXVWHH WR EH ¿OOHG LQ DFFRU- dance with these Bylaws, unless the remainder of the Board of Trustees deter- PLQHV WKDW VXFK DEVHQFHV VKRXOG EH H[FXVHG IRU MXVWL¿DEOH FDXVH


Nothing contained in this section shall affect in any manner whatsoever the validity of any action taken in any meeting of the Board of Trustees.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the proposed amended Article IV Section 2 as set forth above be and the same is hereby approved and declared to be advisable and it is directed that the proposed amendment be submitted to the vote of the mem- bers of the Cooperative at its next annual meeting.


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that notice of the annual meeting shall contain a copy of this proposed amendment to Article IV Section 2.


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the members of the Cooperative attending the annual meeting wherein a quorum has been declared Article IV Section 2 of the Bylaws of Canadian Valley Electric Coop- erative, Inc. shall be amended as set forth above.


Check it out before calling an electrician


When you plug a lamp or an appliance into a socket, you expect to be able to turn it on. Sometimes, WKRXJK \RX¶OO ¿QG WKDW WKH RXWOHW LV “ dead.” Before you call an electri- cian, check a few things out: 1. Plug something different into the same outlet. It could be that the problem is with the device and not the outlet. If this one turns on, that’s the case.


2. If more than one device is plugged into the same outlet—or if a power strip full of plugs is plugged in there, notice if every- thing else is working. If not, try this: Unplug one device at a time until something turns on. It could be that you’ve overloaded the outlet. 3. If nothing is turning on at that outlet, check your circuit breaker. This is usually located in the ga- rage, basement, laundry room or a closet. Open the door and notice if a single switch it turned off; if so, turn it back on. If you can’t locate the circuit that belongs to that outlet, turn all of the breakers off and then turn them back on one at a time.


4.If you plug the lamp back into the outlet and the circuit trips again, it’s time to call an electrician. 5. And if your “ dead” outlet is a GFCI outlet, you might be able to solve the problem simply by press- ing the “ reset” button on the face of the outlet.


July 2016 Dead Outlet?


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