[webcast-l] VOTING BY PROXY - CMA CONFERENCE AND AGM 2005
michelle at commedia.org.uk
Wed Oct 26 16:53:38 BST 2005
12 November 2005
VOTING BY PROXY
Annual General Meeting (14.00 - 16.00)
Have you sent your proxy form?
In the CMA Council Elections an organisation can only vote by proxy
and must therefore nominate someone to vote on its behalf at the AGM.
This must be in writing and must reach the CMA Secretariat by 12.00
noon on Wednesday 2 November 2005. An individual not attending the
AGM can appoint someone to vote on his or her behalf. This must also
bw submitted in writing to the CMA Secretariat by 12.00 noon on
Wednesday 2 November 2005. People who attend the AGM can only carry
one proxy whether it be for an individual or an organisation.
Nominations must be in writing and should have a proposer and
seconder who must also be members of the CMA. There are eight places
for election this year to serve a two-year term on the CMA Council.
Further information on the role of Council member is available on the
AGM 2005 website and from the CMA Head Office. Please do contact us
if you would like advice or to discuss standing for election.
CMA CONFERENCE AND AGM 2005
Friday 11 and Saturday 12 November 2005, London
8 All Saints Street
London, N1 9RL
The CMA Conference and AGM is an annual policy event to discuss
developments within the Community Media sector. The day includes the
latest news from the sector, lively discussion sessions and an
opportunity for CMA Members to elect the CMA Council for the
forthcoming year. The Conference and AGM 2005 is being organised in
partnership with Resonance104.4fm in London.
To register for the event or for further details, see our website at
or telephone during office hours on +44 (0) 114 279 5219.
Have you renewed your membership?
* Please note, you must be a fully paid up Member to vote in the CMA
Council elections, contact us on + (0) 114 279 5219 to check whether
your membership is active.
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