PINE MOUNTAIN CLUB, CA (Monday, July 14 at 9:45 a.m.)—Residents and property owners of Pine Mountain Club still have a chance to vote for candidates seeking to fill three open board seats. An error in the initial mailing of the ballot packages caused the election to be temporarily cancelled. The vote was extended from June to July. Ballots can still be submitted. The ballot box will be closed at 1 p.m. this Saturday, July 19, when the count will begin. That is also the time the annual members’ meeting will convene at the Pine Mountain Club Property Owners Association clubhouse Condor Room.
PINE MOUNTAIN CLUB PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.
AGENDA FOR ANNUAL MEMBERS MEETING
SATURDAY, JULY 19, 2014 -1:00PM CONDOR ROOM
Members in good standing are free to speak on a specific item on the agenda once it has been moved and seconded and are on the floor for discussion. If there is an item that is not on the Agenda that individuals wish to present, the appropriate time for that presentation is during the Open Forum portion of the Agenda when comments and discussion are called for. Members will observe rules of decorum. Members will refrain from being argumentative and making derogatory or personal remarks or gestures.
This meeting is being videotaped to allow members in good standing who could not attend to view the meeting at a later date and will be archived. The Corporate Secretary will use the video tape of the meeting to aid in the preparation of the minutes of the meeting.
Registration Period for hand-delivered ballots 12:45 pm -1:00pm
The polls close at 1:00 p.m.
I. CLOSE OF REGISTRATION & CALL TO ORDER
II. WELCOME AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
III. INTRODUCTION OF THE INSPECTOR OF ELECTION AND ANNOUNCEMENT OF QUORUM
IV. CLOSE OF POLLS AND COUNTING OF BALLOTS -INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS
V. READ AND APPROVE MINUTES OF JUNE 15,2013 (Motion and Second by PMC Member)
VI. REPORT OF CHAIRPERSON
VII. OPEN FORUM
VIII. INSPECTOR OF ELECTIONS, TIE, REPORT ON VOTE COUNT
IX. CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION
This is part of the July 11, 2014 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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