Alger Delta will usher in the new decade by holding director elections in three of its nine Districts. In 2020, Districts 5 (Gourley, LaBranche, Cornell); 7 (Stonington); and 8 (Isabella/Nahma) will hold elections to send a representative to the Board of Directors. Elections will be held via mail ballot over a thirty-day period beginning in April and concluding May 11.
Members interested in running for the board can find the qualifications and responsibilities for the position on Alger Delta’s website. To qualify as a candidate, you must be a member of the cooperative and take electric service in the District you seek to represent. You must be at least 18 years old; and must not be employed by, or have a financial interest in, a competing business. You must complete and submit a nomination petition to be placed on the ballot. Nomination petitions must be submitted by March 12.
Directors participate in strategic planning, setting policy and direction, governance of the cooperative, and other duties relating to a non-profit corporation. Board members are expected to attend the monthly board meetings, the Annual Meeting, and participate in industry related training and events and serve on committees.
Directors are elected for a term of three years and are paid $350 per meeting day when attending to Alger Delta business. For more information about serving on the Board of Directors you can look at Article III of the cooperative’s bylaws at under the tab “Customer Service” then “Bylaws/Tariffs.” You can also find more details or print out the nominating petition from our website at “About Us / Board of Directors”. If you cannot access our website and would like to receive a copy of the bylaws or a nominating petition via email or in print form, call Alger Delta at 906-428-4141.