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Choctaw Electric Cooperative BOARD OF TRUSTEES George Burns, President


Andrea Slaton, Vice President


Mike Brewer, Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS


James Woods Neil Birchfield


Danny Antwine Norman Ranger Marcia Wright


Joe Silk MANAGEMENT AND STAFF


Jon Miles, Chief Executive Officer Susan G. Wall, Executive Assistant Jia Johnson, Director of Public Relations


David Garrison, Jon Miles, Jim Malone, John Riediger, and Victoria Murray discuss CEC plans to upgrade infrastructure near Hochatown and other areas. PHOTO/JENNIFER BOLING, CEC.


Craig McBrain, Director of Administration and Finance


Jim Malone, Director of Operations Darrell Ward, District Supervisor


BUILDING FORTHE FUTURE


Meeting of Choctaw Electric Cooperative


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(CEC) will be one for the history books. I’m amazed at the planning required to host a membership celebration that offers something for everyone. With vendors, prizes and kid’s games, reports from your board president, secretary-treasurer and CEO, voting on bylaw revisions and trustee elections in two CEC districts, the meeting covered a lot of ground. Look for a meeting summary in the November edition of Inside Your Cooperative.


2016-2020 Construction Work Plan


You might be interested to know CEC routinely monitors its current load growth while planning for additional load growth. It’s CEC’s responsibility to provide you and every other member with reliable and dependable power around the clock. It takes a lot of planning and experience with our system to balance load growth with the capacity of an aging grid.


Near Hochatown, the growth of housing and commercial accounts is both challenging and exciting. This summer,


y the time you read this, the 75th Annual


MANAGEMENT REPORT BY JON K. MILES


cHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER


CEC construction crews built new underground electric service to two new developments.


With the number of new service requests, CEC is experiencing a two to three- week construction delay. We pay careful attention to these high growth areas to ensure that adequate infrastructure is in place. All of this information is included in CEC’s construction work plan. This plan describes construction projects to be completed by 2020. These improvements will strengthen CEC’s ability to meet the increased energy demand in high- growth areas. The plan also includes blueprints for new services, upgrades for old services and pole replacements.


After Hours Dispatch


CEC staff have spent significant time and research comparing viable options for an after hours dispatch service. Our goal is to locate a service that will help us restore power quicker and provide a much improved answering system. Watch for updates on after-hours dispatch in future issues of Inside Your Co-op and on Facebook.


HUGO OFFICE PO Box 758 Hwy 93 North


Hugo, Oklahoma 74743


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 326-6486 FAX (580) 326-2492


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm IDABEL OFFICE


2114 SE Washington Idabel, Oklahoma 74745


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 286-7155


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm


ANTLERS OFFICE HC 67 Box 62


Antlers, Oklahoma 74523 (One mile east of Antlers)


Toll Free: (800) 780-6486 Local: (580) 298-3201


Monday-Friday • 8 am - 5 pm On the Web:


www.choctawelectric.coop


24 Hour Outage Hotline 800-780-6486


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