You Get More Power From an Electric Co-op.
As a member/owner of MVEA, you have a lot of power. You can vote for your board of directors and you can make your opinions heard at annual meetings because you are the owner. And that’s a huge advantage over the big corporate power companies. Their customers have no say in the management of the company, no vote for the board of directors and no stake in the power company’s future. That’s why co-ops work so well throughout America. Because when people want power, we deliver.
Mountain View Electric Association (MVEA) will hold its 74th Annual Meeting at Palmer Ridge High School in Monument, Colorado, on Thursday, June 4, 2015, commencing at 7 p.m. for the following purposes:
- To elect 3 directors of the Association – one from District 1, one from District 4, and one from District 6
- To conduct such other business as may properly come before the meeting.
As stated in the MVEA Bylaws, Article II., Section 2., “The person elected will be elected for a term to expire at the third Annual Meeting of Members after their election or until their successors are elected and qualified.”
The Nominating Committee for Mountain View Electric Association, Inc. had no nominations for director districts 1, 4, or 6. No nominating petitions from members of these same districts had been received at MVEA by the April 20, 2015 cutoff date. MVEA has determined there will be uncontested director district elections this year, therefore, the directors will be elected by voice vote at the Annual Meeting of Members.
If the elections were contested, voting ballots would have been mailed to the members. The last date for the return of mailed ballots would have been Wednesday, June 3, 2015.
Member Meeting and Director Election Information
Prior Year Annual Meeting Information