Bon Homme Yankton Electric Board of Directors
Cooperatives, like Bon Homme Yankton Electric, are democratic organizations, controlled by our members who actively participate in setting policies and making decisions. Bon Homme Yankton Electric is governed by a democratically elected board of directors, and these elected representatives are accountable to the membership.
The board of directors of Bon Homme Yankton Electric consists of seven members. Board members are elected to three-year terms at the annual meeting.
Individuals who wish to run for the board must file a petition signed by fifteen (15) fellow members 60 days prior to the annual meeting. Potential director candidates must be an active member of Bon Homme Yankton Electric and agree to attend all meetings.
Serving on the board of directors is a commitment that requires representatives to attend local meetings on a monthly basis as well as state and national meetings. Board members attend trainings and pursue educational opportunities so that they are well informed on regulations and industry trends in order to best serve the members of Bon Homme Yankton Electric.
Our service area is divided into seven districts, as shown on the Bon Homme Yankton Electric Director Map, with each district being represented by an elected official.
District 1 includes the townships of Monroe, Emanual,
Washington, Avon, Franklin, and Jefferson.
District 2 includes the townships of Albion, Cleveland, Hancock, Springfield, Bon Homme, and Running Water.
District 3 includes the townships of Scotland, Odessa, Jamesville, Jackson, Lincoln, and Lesterville.
District 4 includes the townships of Tabor and North Ziskov.
District 5 includes the townships of Little Tabor and South Ziskov.
District 6 includes the township South Utica.
District 7 includes the townships of Mayfield, Central, Walshtown, North Utica, and parts of Turkey Valley, North Mission Hill, Marindahl, Volin, and South Mission Hill.