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Board of Trustee Nominations Due Feb. 22, 2023
In accordance with Article IV, Section 5, of West Florida Electric Cooperative’s bylaws, WFEC has appointed a nominating committee to identify interested and qualified members to be candidates for the board of trustees in the co-op’s upcoming elections. WFEC’s members will elect trustees to represent the following districts:
District 4: That part of Jackson County lying west of Marshall Creek, west of the Chipola River, north of U.S. Hwy. 90 and east of Holmes Creek.
District 5: That part of Jackson County south of U.S. Hwy. 90 and west of the Chipola River.
District 6: That part of Washington County served by the cooperative.
To be eligible to serve as a trustee, a person must be a bona fide WFEC member in good standing, residing in the respective district, and meet certain other requirements set forth in WFEC’s bylaws. Desired qualifications include the ability to become bonded, the capability of receiving and sending electronic mail transmissions and successfully meeting all requirements to become a National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Credentialed Cooperative Director within 36 months. All candidates must agree to abide by Board Policy No. 126: Board Election Campaign Policy. Any WFEC member living in Districts 4, 5 or 6 who is interested in running should contact a committee member in the appropriate district or Susie Johnson at (850) 263-3231. All completed documents must be mailed or delivered to the Graceville office and submitted to Susie Johnson or her designee by noon on February 22. The deadline for submitting nominations by petition is also February 22. The following are the names and telephone numbers of the nominating committee members:
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|W. Ralph Williams, Jr.