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Co-op Board Election

Co-op members will elect new Board members, casting their online ballot by May 25 at 6:00 pm. Plus, attend the 'meet-the-candidate' social event prior to the voting deadline to meet neighbors, socialize, and enjoy light refreshments.

Board of Directors Election

Four Open Seats for 2023-2025 Term

Co-op Membership Vote

Our co-op members have a voice in the operation of the Cooperative through a member-elected Board of Directors. 

Every spring, co-op members elect new board members for two-year terms. Each membership household will place one vote to elect up to four candidates (or all four) who best reflect their values and visions for the co-op. The member-elected candidates will then join our standing board members to represent our community in overall governance.

Online Voting Ballot Emailed to Primary Residents

Poll Closes May 25 @ 6:00 PM

The ballot will be emailed a week prior to the meeting. To ensure one vote per co-op membership household, the ballot will only be sent to the primary email address belonging to the household's primary resident. The primary resident should submit the ballot before the meeting, reflecting the consensus of all household members in their response. Which email will receive my household's ballot?

Meet the Candidates

Board Candidate Bios

Attend our 'Meet the Candidate' Social Event

May 25, 2023 | 5:00-6:15 pm

Prior to the voting deadline, join us in the Meeting Room, located on the first floor of the Community Center (1250 Fifield Ave) to meet neighbors, socialize, and enjoy light refreshments.

Board of Directors Meeting

May 25, 2023 | 6:30 pm

Election Results

The board of directors meets on the third Thursday of the month. The election ballot results will be announced first during their meeting on May 25, 2023, with a community-wide announcement to follow shortly after.

Community Voices + Participation Welcome

Your feedback and ideas are a great contribution to building a better community. Contact CTC's Board and/or Management Team to review your suggestion or feedback, as well as the option to follow-up with you with the discussed findings/response:

Apply for CTC's Board of Directors

Two Seats Available for Mid-Term

CTC's Board of Directors can consist of seven to nine members, in which, there are still two seats open for new directors to join mid-term (to be voted in by existing board members, without a member-wide vote). Joining our Board of Directors is a remarkable opportunity to serve and enhance your community with exemplary leadership. Any co-op member in good standing can run for an open board position. We seek board candidates that are passionate about our community with strong leadership skills and a collaborative approach.

Position + Perks

The unique identity of our co-op means that our Board of Directors serve on behalf of the members’ interests by developing governance policies that are consistent with our values and vision. The Board's nine representatives work closely and collectively with the standing committees and management team to establish long-term strategies that both ensure and empower a happy, healthy, and prosperous co-op community.

The average time commitment on the Board is about 5 hours a month, which can vary depending on position and current projects. Board members receive exemption from periodic laundry room cleaning of their ward in exchange for their service. More on CTC's Board.

Apply Now!

Submit an application. Please inquire with CTC's office if you have any questions.

We Love Hearing from You - Always!

Submit Your 'Community Voice'

Our co-op welcomes Community Voices year-round! CTC's Management and Board review all submissions for discussion and evaluation at the upcoming monthly board meeting. So don't hold back: your ideas and feedback contribute to the better representation of the community and, in turn, enriches the co-op for present and future generations! More on Community Voices.

Election Results