Annual Meeting

  • Annual Meeting

    Annual Meeting

    Every March Inland Power holds an annual meeting of its members. Please join us to learn more about your cooperative and to vote on your board of trustees.

  • Bylaws

    Bylaws

    Inland Power works hard to serve all members of the cooperative and their elected trustees. That is why there are bylaws to highlight the obligations and qualifications for a successful cooperative.

  • Inland Power Board of Trustees

    Inland Power Board of Trustees

    Inland Power is managed under the direction of a board of trustees. This board determines policy and direction that allow management to carry out the day to day business and operations.

2017 Annual Meeting

Saturday, March 25, 2017
Northern Quest Casino Pavilion
100 N Hayford Rd, Airway Heights, WA

• Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.
• Annual Meeting: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Annual meetings are unique to cooperatives across our nation. These yearly meetings confirm that every member shares in the ownership of Inland Power. Annual meetings are a great time to visit with your locally elected board members and co-op employees about how well Inland Power is meeting your energy needs.

One of the most important events at the annual meeting is the election of a board of trustees who set rates and develop policies that guide the future of your cooperative. This type of local control is critical to the success and well being of Inland Power. Trustees live and work in the same communities as you. They understand your issues and represent your interests. By voting, you are continuing the tradition of democracy in action and ownership of your utility.

We have eight candidates running for three seats during the 2017 Annual Meeting. The candidates are:

District 4: David Shill (incumbent), Chuck Berrie, Don Hite, Gregory Miley, W. Bruce Nelson
District 7: Brian Slaybaugh (incumbent)
At-Large Position B: Gerald Davis (incumbent), Keith Wood

There are three ways to vote for your 2017 board of trustees.

1) Vote electronically through your Inland Power SmartHub online account, or
2) Mail in your official ballot in the self addressed postage-paid envelope sent to your residence or business on March 1, or
3) Vote in person at the annual meeting.

Please contact our member service department at (509) 789-4277 if you have any questions regarding the annual meeting.