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Cimarron Trustees


Tom Kloeppel, President.. .......Dist. 6 Ron Sproul, V-President ..........Dist. 1 Jim Simmons, Secretary ..........Dist. 9 Chalentz Hedges, Treasurer.....Dist. 2 Rudy Patzkowsky ....................Dist. 3 Amie Reed ...............................Dist. 4 Gene Peters ..............................Dist. 5 Robert Yeoman. ............... .......Dist. 7 Raymond Flatt .........................Dist. 8


Cimarron CEO Mark Snowden


CEC News Editor Barry Haynie


What to do if the electricity goes off...


1. Check your fuse or breaker box.. 2. Check with your neighbors. Is their power off? If so, have they already reported the outage? 3. Report Your outage on Smart Hub or text your outage if you have your cell phone # in our text outage system. You will receive a text back, that your outage was reported. Also a text when your power is restored! If not signed up for text outage reporting, then call CEC at 375-4121 or our toll free number 1-800-375- 4121 and the trouble will be corrected as soon as possible.


Please have your service #, account #, or map location ready. This information is very valuable if you have multiple accounts.


Connect, Disconnects Not Made On Weekends.


For Updates on Outages, go to cimarronelectric.com or friend us on facebook.


Machen Enterprises donated the meal! C.O.O. Jeff Hyatt


CEC has Great Annual Meeting


Mr. Snowden stated that if you were a member of the Cooperative during 1987, you should receive a check in the mail in early December of this year.


Mr. Snowden reported on the final item for the evening and that being the construction activity that is occurring currently at the Coopera- tive and particularly at our headquarters. Mr. Snowden reported that the Cooperative’s newest challenge is keeping up with the requests for new electric services due to the recent oil and gas activity in our service territory. He explained that in 1985, when the headquarters facility was built, the line material for new services being built totaled approximately $50,000 monthly. Today, on average, our construction employees are running approximately $1,363,449 each month through that same warehouse facility. As a result, plans are being completed to construct a 21,000 square foot warehouse to complement our new 5-


5-acre pole and transformer yard This will allow for a more efficient way to get new services built in a timely manner. Mr. Snowden con- cluded the evening’s report by asking that each member attend next year’s Annual Meeting and also bring their neighbors, as the Coopera- tive is in the process of reviewing its bylaws and it will be necessary to obtain a quorum at next year’s annual meeting so that all bylaw updates and changes can be reviewed and voted on at that meeting.


“The Cooperative’s newest challenge is keep- ing up with the requests for new electric ser- vices due to the recent oil and gas activity in our service territory.”


Mr. Hyatt then began the much anticipated prize drawings with help from the Cimarron Trustees to hand out the prizes. Over $5000 in prizes were given away and the Grand Prize of $1,000.00 cash was won by John C. Davis of Fairview, Oklahoma.


There being no further business to come before the members, Jeff Hyatt thanked everyone for attending the 81st Annual Meeting of the Cooperative and the meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m.


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