Monday, 05 April 2010 07:46
By Michael Hoysic,
Bylaws Review Committee
The Bylaws Review Committee (BRC) has been working on the wording for possible changes to the bylaws over the past few months. The following are recommendations the Committee is likely to present to Council over the next few months. Our purpose for presenting it here is to give members an opportunity to give feedback, as Council will soon begin to discuss these possible changes. As you read this article, note that the suggestions presented here are not yet in the formal bylaws language. These are the proposed changes the BRC will be presenting to Council (the current bylaws requirements are in parentheses):
Monday, 01 March 2010 10:18
Council Plans Annual Spring Meeting; Implements GM Succession Plan
By 12th Moon,
With all ten Councilmembers present at our regular meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, we worked through many items on our agenda and discussed future planning, all while entertaining two member-owners considering becoming Council candidates.
After receiving the monthly General Manager (GM) report, we were presented with the Fourth Quarter Financial report, a more complete indicator of the year-to-date financial state of our co-op in 2009. It serves as a testament to the hard work and diligence of our staff, as well as an indication of the loyalty of our member-owners. The bottom line shows GreenStar as having over $13 million in sales in 2009 while continuing to creatively address our limited physical space and members’ wishes, maintain a respectful working environment and offer the best values to our shoppers. Success in the current economic environment is no accident. Our appreciation and thanks for jobs well done go out to our member-owners who are employed at the stores and serve on committees or Council as well as those who participate as member-workers.
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Annual Elections (in April); Appointments to Fill Vacancies Between Elections
In the annual Council election, conducted throughout April, at least five of the seats on Council are filled (for 3-year terms). If vacancies have occurred since the previous election, those may be filled for the balance of those terms (e.g., for 1 or 2 years). To be elected, a candidate must receive at least 50 valid votes, and at least 200 members must participate in the voting). Vacancies that occur during t...