Three board of directors seats are up for election in 2024. Eligible members may become a candidate by being selected by the GreyStone Nominating Committee, or by nomination by petition of members.
Directors seeking reelection this year are Genevieve Cole in District 1 (Paulding and Bartow counties); Neal Dettmering in District 4 (Douglas and Carroll counties); and Jim Johns in District 8 (Douglas County).
For consideration by the Nominating Committee, complete the application and Candidate Affidavit below. The deadline to complete and return the forms is Friday, April 19.
For those seeking to be nominated by petition, 50 or more signatures from GreyStone members of record (the name must appear on the electric bill) and a Candidate Affidavit must be submitted by Thursday, July 4. A petition form and the Candidate Affidavit can be found below.
Candidates wanting their name and biographical information included in the Annual Meeting ballot edition of Georgia Magazine must submit information in the format and manner required by the Credentials and Election Committee by Thursday, July 4.
All nominees are subject to a criminal background check, must live within the geographic boundary of the district they seek to represent and must meet all other conditions of eligibility set forth in the Bylaws.
These qualifications include, among other things:
- That you have not been convicted of a felony;
- That you are not a close relative of a current director or employee of GreyStone or a competing utility;
- That your payments to GreyStone have not been late on more than three occasions in the last twenty-four months; and
- That you have an average or better credit score.
Members of the Nominating Committee are Tony Wilson, District 1; Glenn Richardson, District 2; James S. Smith, District 3; Pat Skinner, District 4; Julie Moore, District 5; Jim Hancock, District 6; Ronald Wright, District 7; Andrew Pilgrim, District 8 and Kathy Boehm, District 9.
If you have any questions regarding the application process, please do not hesitate to contact Steve Minor, attorney for GreyStone Power, at 770-214-5108.