The Lumbee River EMC Board of Directors meets on the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 pm at our Corporate Headquarters at 6090 NC HWY 711, Pembroke, NC 28372. Board governance policies, the agenda for the upcoming board meeting, and the previous month’s meeting minutes will be listed below. Occasionally, due to scheduling conflicts, it is necessary to hold the Board Meeting on a different day.
A Board Meeting is scheduled for
Tuesday, April 18, 2023
NOTE RE POLICIES: The Cooperative licenses the content of its internal policies on a subscription basis from our legal counsel. Under this cost-saving arrangement, it would not be proper or fair to publicize the policies because the authors spread their research and development costs among multiple electric cooperatives throughout the country. Nonetheless, if there is a policy any member would like to understand better, please get in touch with Kim Chavis at 910-843-7919 to make an appointment for review.
Below are links to board governance policies as they directly relate to member requests to attend board meetings, requests for cooperative information, and board meeting minutes.
Board Governance Policy No. 421 (Update) – Member Requests to Attend Board Meetings
Board Governance Policy No. 422 – Member Requests for Cooperative Information
Board Governance Policy No. 426 – Board Meeting Minutes
A link for the meeting agenda is provided the Friday before the scheduled Board meeting.
Board meeting minutes can be accessed by clicking the link below.
Minutes of Meeting- April 2023
Minutes of Meeting- March 2023
Minutes of Meeting- February 2023
Minutes of Meeting- January 2023
Minutes of Meeting- December 2022
Minutes of Meeting- November 2022
Minutes of Meeting- October 2022
Minutes of Meeting- September 2022
Minutes of Meeting- August 2022
Minutes of Meeting- Special Called Meeting June 2022
Here you will find the rules and procedures on how LREMC is governed and operates. Our Bylaws are a vital tool when it comes to managing the organization. They outline the structure of your governing body (that is, your board of directors) and describe how actions and amendments can take place. Having bylaws help protect our Members-Owners and the organization as a whole. To review our bylaws, please click the link below.