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FUNDRAISERS, VOLUNTEERISM, AND MORE
updated 07/01/14 10:47 AM
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From the Editors of CU Weekly

LEAGUE BOARD, AUDIT NOMINEES SOUGHT
updated 06/28/14 10:48 AM
Period Closes at 5 p.m. July 31
On July 1, the official request for nominations for the 2014 California Credit Union League (CCUL) Board of Directors and Audit Committee Elections—as well as the 2014 Nevada Credit Union League (NCUL) Board of Director Elections—will be sent to the respective Voting Member Credit Unions to announce that the 2014 Elections process has officially started.

The Nomination period will close at 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 31, 2014. In addition, several other business items requiring membership approval will be included on the electronic ballot to be distributed on Friday, August 8, 2014.

To view the 2014-15 election schedule click here.

The CCUL Board and Audit Committee Election Process
This year, the CCUL Board has three, 3-year term positions available for election: two (2) At-Large positions and one (1) Asset Group C position—all with terms expiring in 2017. The Audit Committee has one (1) position available with a 3-year term that expires in 2017. Incumbents for those positions are:

  • At-Large—Terry Halleck, San Diego County CU*
  • At-Large—Hank Barrett, Valley First CU*
  • Asset Group C**—Rick Hanan, SMW 104 FCU*
  • Audit Committee—Deborah Trapani, Sierra Point CU

* Eligible incumbent candidate indicated their intent to seek re-election.
** Asset Group C = Assets between $69,153,069.00 and $441,322,791.99

The NCUL Board Election Process
This year, the NCUL Board has two, 3-year term positions available for election—both with terms expiring in 2017. Incumbents for those positions are:

  • Director—Eric Estes, Boulder Dam CU*
  • Director—Barbara Reuter, Financial Horizons CU

* Eligible incumbent candidate indicated their intent to seek re-election.

Additional Ballot Items for Review
Adopt 2015 Proposed Dues Schedule—Please note, for 2015, there is NO CHANGE in the CCUL or NCUL Dues formula. The factors are the same as in 2014. The CCUL Board of Directors and the NCUL Board of Directors voted to approve the 2015 Proposed Dues Schedule as presented and recommend adoption by the respective memberships.

In the past, the vote on the annual dues schedule took place by paper ballot at the League’s annual business meeting. In 2013, the practice of casting paper ballots changed to voting by electronic ballot in advance of the annual business meeting. This change allows all voting member credit unions the opportunity to cast a ballot, even if they are unable to attend the annual business meeting. Going forward, the dues vote will be conducted electronically in concert with the Board of Director and CCUL Audit Committee elections.

Adopt Amendments to CCUL and NCUL Bylaws and Articles of Incorporation—The memberships of each League will be asked to vote on Bylaw amendments and a revision to the Articles of Incorporation that would allow credit unions to choose to belong to more than one league and receive the full benefits of membership in multiple states—if certain criteria are met.

To find out why this is being recommended, what a multiple-league credit union is, and when revisions would be implemented, click here.

If You Have Questions
Please contact Sharon Weber at 909-212-6003 or sharonw@ccul.org, or Davina Law at 909-212-6005 or davinal@ccul.org, with any questions you may have.

 
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