It could be the end of an era for the Lakeland R.E.A., as after 65 years, the Rural Electrification Association's fate will come down to a yes or no vote at four special meetings this week
The Lakeland Rural Electrification Association is facing a do or die decision this week.
President of the Lakeland R.E.A., Bernie Klammer, says they've organized several Special General Meetings to decide the fate of the Lakeland R.E.A.
The first meeting went last night in Derwent. Today, eligible voters can head to Smoky Lake to vote between 4 and 8 at the Ukrainian National Hall, Mundare on Wednesday from 4 to 8 at the Mundare Senior Citizen's Centre, and the Vegreville Elks Hall on Thursday between 4 and 8 for the final meeting.