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Staff presented the 2019 year-end report.
The Board voted to forfeit unclaimed capital credits to the co-op, totaling approximately $255,000.
The Board approved the 2020 budget.
The 2020 budget was presented and the Board voted to delay the scheduled November 1 implementation of the monthly true up on net-metered PV accounts.
The Board approved a 4.25% rate adjustment effective October 1, 2019.
Salem Electric received the Strategic Economic Development Corporation's (SEDCOR) Community Partner of the Year award.
The board selected Dave Bauer as the voting delegate for the NRECA Region 9 meeting.
SE is approved to receive funds through the Oregon Clean Fuels Program, a component of Oregon’s plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the transportation sector.
Jerry Berger was reelected to Board Position #3 and Jan Bargen was elected to Board Position #4.
The Bonneville Power Association announced there would be no 2019 spill charge.
The Board approved a proposal to include amendments to the Articles of Incorporation on the 2019 ballot for the membership's consideration.
The Board voted to approve the 2019 budget adjustments.
The Board approved sending two students to the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s Youth Tour in Washington D.C.
The Board voted to forfeit unclaimed capital credits totaling approximately $290,000.
The Board approved the 2019 budget as presented.
The board selected Alicia Bonesteele as the board delegate on the Oregon Rural Electric Cooperative Association board. Joe Van Meter is the alternate and ACRE Committee designee.
Revolvement of Capital Credits: The board voted to revolve $2,035,447 in capital credits ($981,289 from the remainder of 2002 and $1,054,158 from 2003).