The 2019 Annual Meeting was deemed a success. You are welcome to view the slide images from the PowerPoint presentation given by Doug Kieta by downloading the file at the bottom of this page.
An Annual Corporate Membership meeting is held each April. Our current president, Doug Kieta, will review projects, financials and other data pertinent to the water system. Members are encouraged to attend and become involved.
Plan Ahead! The date for the 2020 Annual Corporate Meeting will be announced next January. Also in January, applications for the board will become available.
All members of Mustang Valley Water Supply are invited and encouraged to attend the Annual Corporate Meeting. The staff quite frequently talks with members who want to know more about the workings of the company, but who have never attended a meeting. The Annual Meeting is where you can ask questions, address concerns and learn about the good, the bad and the ugly. And! You also need to hear about the great progress and the future plans of the directors and staff.
Each year the terms end for 2-3 board members. Members of Mustang Valley Water are encouraged to consider running for election. The requirements to serve on the board are listed below. Applications are available at the bottom of this page and are also available in the office by request. These applications are due around February of each year.
The ballots will be mailed with an invitation letter in early March. Each Membership is allotted one vote. The results will be announced at the Annual Corporate Meeting.
The MVWSC Board of Directors
The window for applying to serve on the MVWSC Board of Directors will be open from January to February of each year.
Your water board consists of seven members that are elected to three year terms.
Requirements to serve on the board:
- All MVWSC board members must be members in good standing of Mustang Valley Water.
- Board members must be at least 18 years old.
- A person is not qualified to serve as a director if the person has been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated, or paritally metally incapactited without the right to vote; or has been finally convicted of a felony from which the person has not been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities.
|Board Member||Myron Lee|
|Board Member||Nancy Bratcher|
|Board Member||Mike Upton|