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Annual Meeting

Price Electric's 80th Annual Meeting of Members is going Virtual!

Tune in Thursday, June 11th 2020 at noon

 

Price Electric 80th Annual Member Meeting   (The virtual annual meeting will be held at NOON on June 11, 2020)

How Does A Virtual Meeting Work?

1. Register for the meeting online. You can do this step anytime before the meeting.

Go to this website: https://go.krm.com/tg95e
We understand that a reliable internet connection can be a challenge for some members. The Public Service Commission of Wisconsin maintains 
this website for updated wi-fi hotspots in Wisconsin. They are available for public use: https://maps.psc.wi.gov/Apps/PublicWiFiLocations/index.html

 a. Enter your name, email address, and choose the type of member you are. Your name and email address are required. Your membership type is optional, but selecting this will enter you into the drawing for the grand prize. All member attendees will receive a $10 bill credit (1 per membership).

2. You’ll receive an email with a link to the meeting the day of the meeting. Click the link to join the meeting. You’ll be able to view items before the meeting, so join 15 -30 minutes early!

3. You’re able to participate! Use the chat function to ask questions, as you would during a live meeting. Please provide your name and service address for verification of membership.

4. Motions will be made and seconded by the membership, and approved by a poll question. When there is an item for you to vote on, there will be a pop-up

on the screen with a Yes or No option. Please choose one so your vote will be counted. (Items for vote include approval of 2019 minutes and adjournment of the meeting.)

5. When the meeting is over, you’ll see a message on the screen that it has ended.

 

Voting for director elections this year will be held solely by mail-in ballot, which you will receive in the mail. You will be voting for one director from each district to fill positions in Districts 7, 8, and 9. A biography for each director was included with the ballot you received in the mail or can be found below. Your director represents you!

We appreciate your participation in this year’s election and virtual meeting. Have a safe summer and we can’t wait until we can greet you in person once again!

2019 Price Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting 

Nearly 200 members and guests attended the 79th Price Electric Cooperative Annual Meeting of Members on June 6, 2019 at Phillips High School. Following a chicken dinner and time to socialize with friends and neighbors, members got down to business in the auditorium. Director elections were held for Districts 1, 2, and 3. In uncontested races, District 2 director Joan Points and District 3 director Ed Hainy were re-elected to three-year terms, while Mark Nyberg was newly elected to fill the role of District 1 director Michael Meier, who retired from the board.

 

CEO William Caynor's remarks revolved around the theme "We Are You: Member Owned and Operated Since 1940." PEC employees and directors are local residents and members who care about the community just like you do. Caynor also highlighted PEC's reliability record over the past year, which is the best in PEC's history.

PEC employees were recognized for one million miles driven without a vehicle accident.

Retiring District 1 director Michael Meier
was presented with the Paragon Award
for excellence in his 12-year tenure on the PEC board,
as well as his professional and civic accomplishments.

Former PEC Line Superintendent Laddie Holoubek received the Excellence Award. Ths award was given in recognition of his 38 years of service to PEC, which included working as line superintendent during the 1977 downburst, the largest storm in PEC's history, as well as his recognition as a World War 2 veteran.
Journeyman Linemen Andrew Reuterskiold and Jesse Heinz and Member Services Assistant Laura Palzkill received 5-year service awards.
Manager of Operations Ben Orysen received a
20-year service award.
Crew Foreman Tom Valiga was recognized for
42 years of service and his retirement.
Door prize winners were drawn throughout the evening. The winners of the grand prize, a 49" LED TV, were Dean and Doris Witte.

 

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