Rules Concerning Joint Membership
The Articles of Incorporation listed in the bylaws of Clay County Electric Cooperative Corp. (CCECC) state that a Joint Membership requires that both parties be married to each other. In the case of being married, but having electric service listed under a Single Membership, only the party listed on the account is allowed to vote in the annual business meeting, as well as conduct any daily business pertaining to member accounts. In order for either spouse to be eligible for the conducting of any business on member accounts, both parties must be listed on the account under a joint membership. If you are married, and your account is listed under a Single Membership, yet it is your desire for either you or your spouse to be eligible to conduct any business on your member account, you may change your membership from Single Membership to Joint Membership by coming into one of our offices at Corning, Pocahontas, or Rector and filling out the required paperwork to make this change possible. We (CCECC) will be glad to accommodate you, the member, in any way possible concerning this.