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234 Members attend the 78th Annual Meeting!

Members of Logan County Electric Cooperative met on Tuesday evening, June 17, to hear management reports and approve changes to the code of regulations.

Periodically the Board of Trustees reviews the Code of Regulations to ensure it meets the current operating requirements of the Cooperative.  The Code of Regulations was last updated in 2009 by action of the members attending the annual meeting.  A significant change at that time resulted in the Cooperative allowing the trustee election to take place by mail ballot instead of only being able to vote at the annual meeting.  This change tripled the number of members participating in the election.

Earlier this year the Board unanimously approved some minor adjustments to Code of Regulations, which were presented to the members attending the annual meeting on June 17.  While changes in 2009 enhanced the election process, changes approved on June 17 are meant to improve the nominations and election process and to add to the minimum qualifications to be and remain a member of the Board of Trustees.

For a summary of the approved changes, please CLICK HERE.






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