The Board of Trustees have regularly scheduled board meetings on the last Tuesday of each month.
The main responsibility of the board is to oversee the operations of the cooperative.
They also help to ensure the cooperative is meeting members needs in the most efficient and reliable manner possible.
The CEC membership is represented by a board of trustees elected for three year terms at the Annual Membership Meeting held each year.
Being a Director of an electric cooperative requires an extraordinary commitment of time and energy. Board meetings can last up to several hours and sometimes several days a month.
Cooperative consumer-members are best served by directors who are well-versed in democratic principles and who understand the industry and how this industry can move forward to meet changing demands. Their education is the cornerstone of effective self-governance. Our bylaws, Section 4.02, require they be certified within their first term of office.