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ColumbiaGrid has a three-member, independent board of directors that meets on a regular basis.  Special meetings are called as needed, as are meetings to provide outreach to other entities in the region.  Board meetings are open to the public, although the board may meet in a closed session for discussion of items requiring confidential treatment.  Regular and special board meeting schedules can be found in the links below.

The members of ColumbiaGrid also hold meetings in accordance with the bylaws of the corporation.  Member meeting information and schedules also appear in the links below.



Board of Directors

Timeframe: Ongoing
Status: Active
The Board of Directors of ColumbiaGrid currently meet six times a year: the third Wednesday in February, April, June, August, and October, and the second Wednesday in December. These meetings are held at the ColumbiaGrid office and are open to the public. An advance meeting notice is sent to the Interested Persons list to announce the meetings.
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Members

Timeframe: Ongoing
Status: Active
ColumbiaGrid calls Special Member Meetings as necessary, e.g., for the annual director election vote in August, or to vote on entering into a new functional agreement. A Biannual Member Meeting is held in February and October each year prior to the Board Meeting.
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Corporate Documents

Timeframe: Ongoing
Status: Active
Corporate Documents may include financial documents, functional agreements, funding agreements, incorporation documents and bylaws.
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WHAT OUR MEMBERS SAY

Member: Chelan County PUD      Project: ColumbiaGrid     
Chelan County PUD

"Chelan PUD is a strong supporter of ColumbiaGrid and the work that’s accomplished through the transmission Planning and Expansion Functional Agreement (PEFA). As a result of that process, the mid-C utilities (Chelan, Grant and Douglas PUDs) and Bonneville Power Administration were able to reach an agreement that defined the need for a new transmission line, as well as determine who will construct, own and pay for the facility. Those difficult decisions were made successful through the expert and independent expertise of the ColumbiaGrid staff."
~~ Chad Bowman, Director - Transmission and Compliance