CAP Services will elect low-income reps July 23

//CAP Services will elect low-income reps July 23


Advance ballots are now available for the election to fill vacancies for two low-income representatives to CAP Services Board of Directors in Outagamie County.

As a community action agency, CAP Services has low-income representation on its Board of Directors. At least one-third of CAP’s Board must be democratically elected representatives of the low-income population served.

The election to fill these seats will be from 5 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, July 23, in the Neenah Room of the Goodwill Community Center, 1800 Appleton Road, Menasha, WI, 54952.

The ballot features Lauren Mai, Kathryn Caves, and a write in option. Qualified voters can select no more than two of the three.

Qualified voters may vote either at the meeting or in advance. Advance ballots are available during regular business hours at the CAP Services Appleton office, 17 Park Place, Suite 950 Appleton, WI, 54914; and at the Goodwill Community Center, now through the date of the election.

In order to qualify to cast a vote in this election, voters must live in Outagamie County and self-certify that their household income is at or below 125% of the federal poverty line. Annual income must be at or below $14,588 for a one-person household; below $19,663 for a family of two; $24,738 for three; $29,813 for four; $34,888 for five; $39,963 for six; $45,038 for seven; and $50,113 for eight. Add $5,075 for each additional family member more than eight.

2017-06-30T11:56:31+00:00 July 7th, 2014|