2020 Annual Meeting Video
2020 District Meeting Video
2021 District Meeting Dates
|Tuesday, June 1||3||Mason||Richard P. Eckert Civic Center||Yes|
|Wednesday, June 2||3||San Saba||Cherokee High School Cafeteria||No|
|Thursday, June 3||2||Kerr||Ingram Tom Moore Warrior Theatre||No|
|Monday, June 7||4||Llano||Llano High School Auditorium||Yes|
|Tuesday, June 8||1||Kendall||Comfort High School Auditorium||Yes|
|Thursday, June 10||5||Gillespie||Fredericksburg High School Auditorium||Yes|
CTEC Annual Meeting will be held on August 17, 2021 in Fredericksburg.
Please note, all meetings are subject to change or cancelation.
Central Texas Electric Co-op recognizes that its members are the owners of the company, and deserves a say in the governing of the business, as well as a right to hear periodic reports on its performance and plans for the future. Members are officially notified of these meetings through notices printed in the Texas Co-op Power magazine. These meetings fall into two categories: District Meetings; and the Annual Meeting of members.
District Meetings. The cooperative is composed of six directorate districts. They are: District 1 (Kendall County area); District 2 (Kerr, Real, Southern Kimble County area); District 3 (Mason, McCulloch, Menard, Northern Kimble County area); District 4 (Llano County area); District 5 (Gillespie, Blanco County area); District 6 (San Saba County area).
District meetings will be held in each area between May 20th and June 20th to elect a nominee to the Board for that district. Additional information is covered in the cooperative bylaws.
Annual Meetings are held every third Tuesday of August. Co-op operations are carried out under policies set by the Board of Directors. As a member, you select these directors, who also are CTEC members, at the Annual Meeting. Directors represent six voting districts, or areas, and serve a three-year term, with a maximum of 4 term limits. Qualifications for Directors and additional information concerning the Annual Meeting are included in the cooperative bylaws.