CRCTV Board Election

Make Your Voice Heard!

 

CTV is made possible by the amazing volunteers in all aspects of our public access TV station. Board members are volunteers serving 1- or 2-year terms. They attend Board meetings, held twice monthly online, and work together to make decisions that impact everyone at CTV including funds allocation, new equipment ordering, online presence, and changes to rules governing CTV members and operations.

 

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CTV Board Election

The last election took place on February 27, 2022, at 1 pm. It was held in person at the CTV studio with mail-in ballots and in-person ballots counted. The seven people elected were: Dan Koozer, Verna Reidy, Ray Gruener, Kevin Corridon, Joe Tyndall, David Igl, and Elandus Lake. At a Board Meeting in August 2022, Elandus Lake was removed from the Board by a vote and Fawn Dietz voted in to replace her. 

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Be A Board Member

Run for a seat on the Board! CTV of Lane County is completely volunteer-run including our Board. Board members make decisions year-round to keep our pubic-access tv station running and available to member of the community. 

Who Can Run?

Any member of CTV in good standing is eligible to run for a seat on the Board. Members must live in Lane County, OR and have paid their yearly membership dues ($1 per month for the first year, $12 per year for each year after). 

If you want to get involved at CTV, we encourage you to run for the Board!

What Do Board Members Do?

The Board meets every two weeks online and Board members are expected to attend most meetings. Some Board members volunteer to complete other tasks that come up during meetings, but they are not required to do so. 

Board members volunteer to help make business decisions and work with the other members for the betterment of CTV. 

How To Get On The Ballot?

There is no application process to get on the yearly ballot since anyone can run. Fill out the form below to express interest in the Board and we will put your name on the ballot.

Although not required, it is recommended that you attend a Board meeting to participate and see firsthand what happens.

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The 2022 election has been completed. The candidates for the next election will be added with their information prior to the next election for your consideration. 

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How Do Elections Work?

A letter and email will be sent out to the membership 6 weeks prior to the election to set the election date and solicit volunteers who wish to run for a seat on the Board. 

Read the Bylaws

Want more information on how CRCTV does elections? Read the bylaws as voted in and accepted by the CTV Board of Directors. This document has all the rules we as an organization must follow when holding elections.

A letter and email will be sent to the membership 2 weeks prior to the date of the election with information on the candidates. This letter will contain an optional mail-in ballot for those who cannot attend the meeting. 

On the date of the election, those voting in person will meet at the designated time and space given in the previous mailings. The ballots will have all the candidates and members will be allowed to pick as many as they like, up to the total number of seats available.

Everyone will fill out their ballot and place it in a box.

Candidates and interested parties will count the votes. Candidates who cannot attend in person will be given the option to attend via an online video platform such as Zoom.

An email will be sent to the membership to announce the new Board and the new Board will set a date to meet and vote for officers (President, Secretary, and Treasurer). 

Have Questions About Board Elections?