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April 15, 2003

Ownership questions

Continuing the discussion of how to deal with the ownershop choices offered by council.

Committee: Choices
1: Ownership goes to the TSCA, who lease land from council, and obtain insurance.
2: Ownership stays with council - with S355 committee, council insures, maintains etc.
Our choice, since council has lost the records.

Total earnings 1600, 1091 outgoing, Bodha hasn't had anything since August. Bodha has the books now, but not yet the receipts, Bruce says he has all those.

Assuming we can get a peppercorn rent - which would be reasonable given that the hall was moved to this land as a trade for land taken in a road straightening exercise a long time ago, then the choice comes down to ...

S355 - more bureaucracy, create a committee of 4 people + councillor,
Our hall - we have to insure it.

There was much debate ... mostly about what the hall gets used for - currently 2 dance classes and a tai-chi class each week and the occasional event or party.

Posted at April 15, 2003 12:00 AM

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