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Three seats on the AEC Board of Directors come up for election this year and the following individuals have submitted petitions containing 30 valid member signatures. Their names will appear on the ballot this July. Ballots will be included in the July issue of the Currents Magazine and election results will be announced at the Annual Membership Meeting on Saturday, July 18th at Hamilton High School. Look for more information in the July Currents.

District I      Harold Burdick     Annette Gilliam     Elena Mafla
District II     Billy Adams
District III    Joel Carlisle         Alan Thomas

No election will be held for the District II position per AEC Bylaws.The only valid candidate petition received was from Billy Adams.  Mr. Adams will be declared elected per Bylaw Article IV, Section 4, Part E.

 

Dear Members of Anza Electric Cooperative:

I would like to address some of the concerns raised publically regarding our proposed ConnectAnza project to bring true high speed broadband internet access to our members.

  • Cost

Several individuals have made erroneous statements regarding the cost of the project. Our estimates are based on industry experts with many years’ experience in building exactly what we’re proposing. Our projected complete cost is $6.4M to provide fiber optic connection to every home and business in our service territory. This will be a long term project, with build estimates in the 3-5 year time frame. We are constantly revising the estimate as we receive new quotes for materials and services; so far, the financial forecast has improved significantly.

Find the rest of the letter from Kevin Short here.

 

A special election was held this month for a bylaw change which can only be done by Anza Electric Cooperative members.

The bylaw change will enable AEC to provide fiber optic/high speed internet services to local homes and businesses.

Before the project can begin, we need this special election to change the bylaws.

Ballots were due May 22nd.

Election results will be posted as soon as they are available. 

Thanks to everyone who voted YES! for fiber optic/high speed internet service.

U.S. Dept of Energy & Anza Electric Cooperative
SOLAR UTILITY NETWORK DEPLOYMENT ACCELERATION (SUNDA)
 
With funding from the Department of Energy's Sunshot initiative, 14 Co-ops including Anza Electric Cooperative are developing PV system packages consisting of standardized designs for 250 KW, 500 MW and 1 MW systems.
 
Is your account past due?

If your due date has passed or you have a payment arrangement you have not kept, contact the AEC office right away. In most cases, we can offer some additional payment time.

What will happen if I don’t pay by the due date?

The short answer is, your service will be disconnected.

 

SPECIAL ELECTION

 

Friday, May 22nd was the last day to submit ballots for the special election.

As soon as the results are available we will post them on our website and Facebook page.

For more information about the project click here.

 

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