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- Co-ops are democratically controlled using a system of “one member one vote”.
- “One member one vote” ensures that the co-op acts for the common good and not just for a few individuals.
- Members control the co-op through a locally elected Board of Directors.
- A member can become a Director of the co-op by allowing their name to stand at an annual election.
can also exercise control by attending annual meetings, by proposing or
voting on resolutions, or by offering suggestions to co-op management
- Decisions affecting the co-op are made locally in
the best interests of the members and the comunity, and not in remote