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REGULAR MEETING AGENDA: May 22nd, 2019

CORDOVA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA
Wednesday, May 22, 2019 6:00 p.m. CEC Boardroom

* = Action Item

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1. CALL TO ORDER

2. ROLL CALL

3. MEMBERSHIP PARTICIPATION

4. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

5. EYAK PRESERVATION COUNCIL SOLAR PRESENTATION

6. BOARD TRAINING WITH COUNSEL – Overview of NRECA Board Governance Task Force Report with Andy Leman

7. CONSENT AGENDA

a) Minutes of Meeting of April 24, 2019 Meeting 3-6

b) Minutes of Special Meeting of April 29, 2019 7

8. MANAGEMENT REPORTS

a) CEO Report 8-9

b) Generation & Distribution Report 10

c) Project & Technology Coordinator Report-Crater Lake presentation

d) Administrative Reports

• Financial Reports 4/30/19 – Handout

• Revenue Report for April 11

• Cash Flow Report for April 12

• Cash Disbursements for April 13-15

• Purchase Order Report – Handout

• Generation and Sales Statistics 16-19

9. NEW BUSINESS

a) McMillan Jacobs Geotechnical Data Report 20-30

b) *Larsen Energy Customer Service and Brand Audit – $28,000 (Budgeted) 31-36

c) *Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Subcontract – $325,000 (Budgeted) 37-41

10. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

a) Rate Analysis

11. INFORMATION ITEMS

a) CEO Travel 42

b) Capital Credits General Retirement 43

c) Alaska Power Association Annual Meeting – Juneau – August 20-23, 2019 44-47

CORDOVA ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE REGULAR MEETING AGENDA Wednesday, May 22, 2019 6:00 p.m. CEC Boardroom

12. OTHER ITEMS

a) Policy Review:

• Policy #63A – Conflict of Interest

• Policy #31A – Member Education and Public Relations

• Policy #32D – Membership in Other Organizations

13. EXECUTIVE SESSION

a) PENDING AGENDA

a) Review Board Evaluation Quarterly (January/April/July/October)

b) BOARD PENDING EVENTS CALENDAR 48

c) SUMMARY OF BOARD DIRECTION TO CEO

d) BOARD COMMENTS

e) ADJOURNMENT

Alaska law sets forth the reason for holding an executive session. In moving for an executive session, the reason should be set forth in one of the motions as outlined:

1. I move that we go into executive session to consider matters, the immediate knowledge of which would clearly have an adverse effect on the finances of the cooperative.

2. I move that we go into executive session to discuss subjects that tend to prejudice the reputation and character of a person; however, the person may request a public discussion.

3. I move that we go into executive session to discuss matters discussed with an attorney for the cooperative, the immediate knowledge of which could have an adverse effect on the legal position of the cooperative.

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