Author Chris Roberts Precinct SHL 32-0267 Summary/Argument Section 11.1 says that the County and LD are peer organizations. It is possible that an LD might choose to reorganize before reorganization of the KCDCC, making the first sentence of the proposed bylaws inoperable – and should be struck. The second change recognized that the KCDCC Chair ... Read more
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Author Chris Roberts Precinct SHL 32-0267 Summary/Argument Unnecessary limitation on the powers of KCDCC. Members are defined in section 3.1 and the first paragraph reiterates that participation shall not be denied for failure to pay membership dues. Text of Change Delete second paragraph of Section 3.3
Author Chris Roberts Precinct SHL 32-0267 Summary/Argument Section 3.1 is clear about who the voting members are. Section 3.2 gives rights (including the right to attend all KCDCC meetings [not defined], speak and make motions) to anyone across the world who desires to volunteer and agrees to have their name listed as a members. Theoretically, ... Read more
If you missed our webinar walkthrough of the new bylaws changes with committee co-chair Scott Forbes and Vice Chair Julia Reed, you can watch the recording at your leisure here. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
Our 2019 Bylaws Meeting and Kickoff is coming! We will meet 9 AM – 1 PM at the Machinists Hall, 9125 15th Pl S. This will be a great event, with attendance including AG Bob Ferguson, and King County’s Congressional Reps: Adam Smith, Suzan DelBene, Pramila Jayapal, and Dr. Kim Schrier! Get ready for the ... Read more
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