This article was published in 2000, in Newsletter 32.
This year’s AGM will be at 8 pm on Tuesday 7 November at the Friends’ Meeting House, Jesus Lane, Cambridge. We decided last year to move the AGM from October to November, to increase the time between this Newsletter being distributed and the meeting itself.
This year our guest speaker will be the Leader of Cambridge City Council, Councillor David Howarth. We have invited Cllr Howarth to speak on the subject ‘will the change of administration at the City Council make any difference to cyclists?’
The agenda are:
7.30 Free tea, coffee and biscuits
8.00 Invited speaker – Cllr David Howarth
8.45 AGM business
9.45 Meeting closes (and adjourns to the Maypole)
The formal business of the AGM will be brief, consisting mainly of:
- Short reports from some of this year’s officers.
- Motions. To propose a motion, submit it to the Co-ordinator 501050 by Sunday 29 October.
- Elections. To nominate someone for a post, again, please notify the Co-ordinator 501050 by Sunday 29 October.
Nominations are welcomed for any of the elected posts. There are currently eight of these (see Elected Officers). The current committee will be proposing an increase in the number of elected committee members, without formal titles or roles, to give the Campaign more continuity for the future.
Please can I remind you to let us know if you change your address or phone number. Also, if you now have an email address and you haven’t told us, or if your email address changes, please do let us know. Thanks!
David Earl, Membership