Final Slate Of Candidates Set For DTC Election Of Directors

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ALEXANDRIA – The final slate of candidates is set for DTC Communications’ election of directors next month.

Directors will be elected in four exchanges, including the Auburntown (464), Gordonsville (683), Temperance Hall (548), and Woodland (765) exchanges.

Incumbents Roy N. Pugh, James H. Dillard, Jr., and David Parker are running unopposed in the Auburntown, Gordonsville, and Woodland exchanges, respectively.  

The Temperance Hall exchange is represented by two candidates: Incumbent Robert Don Malone and one candidate who qualified by petition – Todd S. Perry.

Voting for directors will take place at the cooperative’s annual meeting on Saturday, Sept. 18 and during early voting Monday-Wednesday, Sept. 13-15.  Thursday, Sept. 9, will be the last day to make changes to your membership for the 2010 election.

Hours and locations for early voting include:

Early Voting Hours

Mon., Sept. 13 – Noon to 7 p.m.

Tues., Sept. 14 – Noon to 7 p.m.

Wed., Sept. 15 – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Early Voting Locations

Kenneth Sandlin Building, DeKalb County Fairgrounds, Alexandria

Gordonsville Civic Center, 63 Main St. East, Gordonsville

DeKalb County Courthouse, Room 100, 1 Public Square, Smithville

DTC Training Center (former Woodbury phone store), located beside the DTC Customer Service Center, Woodbury

On Saturday, Sept. 18, gates to the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Alexandria will open at 11:45 a.m., with voting from noon until 4 p.m.  The business meeting will begin at 4 p.m. or once the last person in line at that time has voted.

Only DTC members may vote, and each member must present identification.  For a single membership, only that individual may vote.  Either member of a joint membership may vote, but not both.  In the case of a business membership, a business affidavit is required.

For questions regarding membership and voting guidelines, refer to the by-laws section included in the current DTC phone directory, or call DTC at 615-529-2955.

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