South Central Power

Board Election Process

Want to serve your co-op community?

Become a candidate for the board of trustees

South Central Power Company is guided by a board of trustees who are also members of the cooperative. They are your friends, neighbors, coworkers and fellow community members.

The board has a responsibility to represent co-op members’ best interests when making decisions affecting your electric service.  Trustees must be strong leaders who understand the needs of the local area and can help keep the cooperative — and the community — flourishing. South Central Power needs members like you to fill these incredibly important positions.

Members will elect board members to represent districts 1, 8 and 13 in 2020. Any co-op member in good standing who resides in one of these districts is welcome to become a candidate for a position on the board. Those interested are required to submit an election application (below).

District 1: Includes parts of Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Madison and Pickaway counties, and parts of communities like Ashville, Circleville, Commercial Point, Lockbourne, Mt. Sterling and Orient.

District 8:  Includes parts of Fayette, Pickaway and Ross counties, and parts of communities like Chillicothe, Circleville, Clarksburg, Frankfort, South Salem and Williamsport.

District 13: Includes parts of Belmont, Monroe and Noble counties, and parts of communities like Alledonia, Beallsville, Clarington, Malaga, Miltonsburg, Powhatan Point and Woodsfield.

Not sure what district you are in? Check out our interactive board district map.

You must agree to attend and participate in regular board meetings and attend to other board duties as required. Trustees cannot be employees or close relatives of employees, and must have met this criteria during the last three years. They must also have been a member for at least one year, have a clean criminal history during the last five years and cannot have filed for bankruptcy during the same period. Additional restrictions may apply as outlined in our Code of Regulations.

To express interest in serving on our board, please submit the Disclosure and Biography Form online below or by using the Trustee Disclosure Biography Form. Forms are due by 5 p.m. on May 1, 2020.


South Central Power Candidate for Trustee Disclosure and Biography Form

This Disclosure and Biography Form (this “Form”) is to be completed by each candidate applying to serve on the Board of Trustees (the “Board”) of South Central Power Company (the “Cooperative”), including each incumbent Trustee. The purposes of this Form are to (i) determine whether a candidate satisfies the eligibility standards under the Cooperative’s Code of Regulations to serve, or to continue to serve, as a Trustee of the Cooperative, and (ii) provide information regarding a candidate’s background, qualifications and experience.

Please respond to every question in this Form. All information should be provided as of the date you complete this Form. Additional information may be provided on the last page of this Form marked “Supplemental Information.” If, after you return this Form, any of your responses or information changes as a result of a material change in your circumstances, please report such changes to Tami Ball, Executive Assistant, as soon as possible.

Tami Wilson, Executive Assistant, South Central Power Company
2780 Coonpath Road NE, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
wilson@southcentralpower.com
Phone Number: 740-689-6171
Fax Number: 740-681-4488

Candidate for Trustee Disclosure and Biography Form

  • Part I: Background Information

  • Part II: Eligibility Standards

    The following questions are intended to determine whether you satisfy the eligibility standards set forth in Article 3, Section 2, of the Cooperative’s Code of Regulations. If you answer “Yes” to any of the questions 3-10, please explain your answer to such question on the last page of this Form marked “Supplemental Information.” (1)| A ”business or enterprise that competes with the Cooperative” is any business or enterprise that engages in the sale of (i) electrical power or other energy sources to the public, or (ii) security protection systems and services to residential and business customers. (2)| A “Close Relative” means your spouse, father, mother, brothers, sisters and children, existing by reason of blood, marriage or adoption.
  • Part III: Biographical and Other Information

  • Part IV: Reasons for Seeking Election / Re-Election

  • Certification and Signature

    I certify that the above information is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge.
  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Accepted file types: pdf.