Reedsport resident Tom Tymchuk has notified the board of the Central Lincoln People’s Utility District of his intent to resign from the utility’s board effective December 31, 2016. An interview process will be take place to appoint a new board member representing Central Lincoln customers in coastal Douglas County and those in the northern tip of Coos County north of the McCullough Memorial Bridge in North Bend.
Per Oregon law, candidates for the vacancy must be registered voters, or be eligible to register to vote; must reside in Central Lincoln-served territory in Douglas or Coos counties, and must have resided in Central Lincoln’s District continuously for two years or more.
Interested persons who desire to serve the public as a Central Lincoln board member are invited to submit letters of interest and/or resumes to fill the anticipated vacancy. Candidates must be available to be interviewed for the anticipated vacancy on December 12, 2016 in Reedsport. It is anticipated the candidate selected could be appointed by Central Lincoln’s Board of Directors to fill the anticipated vacancy position in January 2017.
Letters of interest and/or resumes should be addressed to the Board, and must be submitted electronically to Central Lincoln Board Assistant Sunnetta Capovilla at email@example.com no later than Wednesday, November 23, 2016. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.
Central Lincoln is a public organization for community service under ORS Chapter 261, and a governmental entity. Central Lincoln’s mission is “to provide the people of Oregon’s Central Coast with reliable and affordable electricity in the tradition of public power.”