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April 5, 2001

Progress Association meeting

This is an update on the meeting held last week, I'll be sending one of these out after each meeting, these are my personal recollections of what happened, along with reminders by Kali and others of things I need to make sure to tell you.

After a string of really productive meetings, this was the meeting we had to do, but noone wanted - and true to expectations it was, stunningly boring, a long round of motions and procedural stuff that had us all squirming in our seats, but ..... we did it, its complete, and the Tyagarah Hall Committee and Progress Association is well on its way to being resurrected as a legally constituted body with properly elected committee and everything else.

I'm not going to go through the details of all the motions etc etc, if you want them then there are full minutes available, since we are just getting procedures together then I'm not sure who will have them, but if you email me I'll find out.

Jim Croft chaired the meeting, and his knowledge of the necessary steps required along with Colin's research were invaluable in making sure that everything done was absolutely legal. There were about five other previous members of the Progress Association present - Joel, Saroja, Bela, Ed and Wendy, as far as I'm aware there was no-one present (except maybe Jim) who was a member of the old Progress Association but has not been actively involved in the TSCA meetings.

Posted at April 5, 2001 12:00 AM

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