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Bicycle Tasmania AGM 23-Aug

posted Jul 19, 2012, 4:26 PM by Austin Greenwood   [ updated Aug 4, 2012, 1:38 PM ]

In accordance with our Constitution there will be an Annual General Meeting held at,

Chapel Room, New Sydney Hotel, 87 Bathurst Street Hobart

 6:00pm 23-Aug-2012

 Agenda items, 

  1. Registration of Members/ Delegates.
  2. Apologies.
  3. Minutes of previous Annual/ Special General Meeting.
  4. Annual reports.
  5. Financial Report and Audit.
  6. Appointment of Auditor.
  7. Election of Office Bearers.
  8. Motions of amendments to rules, by-laws or constitution.
  9. Notice of motion.
  10. General Business.

After the brief formal proceedings there will be slide shows and travelers’ tales. The voucher included with this letter can be used for meals and drinks ordered during the evening.

Hobart Bicycle Maps will be available during the evening for $4  (RRP $8)

Please let us know if you plan on attending so that we can ensure that we have enough room.


CONSIDER JOINING THE BICYCLE TASMANIA COMMITTEE

Bicycle Tasmania is a booming and vibrant organisation, last year our membership grew by 30% and will continue to grow this year. It is strongly supported by Bicycle Network (Victoria), and has a tremendously important role to play at this point in time. In order to continue it needs new volunteers each year to join the committee. If you are interested in joining our committee contact president@biketas.org.au, or just come along the AGM and put your hand up!  

About the committee..

The primary advocacy work of Bicycle Tasmania is carried out by our Facilities Development Manager, Dr Emma Pharo. Member services and membership management is carried out by Bicycle Network, which also provides member insurance and RideOn magazine. Events such as recreational rides, bicycle valet parking, information stalls, bicycle traffic counts are organised and run by the committee and extra volunteers. 

The committee determines Bicycle Tasmania's policies and activities, manages the budget and, with Emma, provides links between Bicycle Tasmania and many other cycling and government committees and groups around the state. 

Committee meetings are held monthly and a committee website is used to discuss topics between meetings. Meetings are relaxed but succinct - usually lasting 1.5 to 2.5 hours - as all committee members are just as busy as anyone else in the community! 

The group is supportive and diverse, and each member only contributes as much time as they can manage. No experience is required, and you don't even need to ride a bike! You do need to believe that our towns should become places where people can ride a bicycle if they want to, whether they are eight years old or eighty.


ARE YOU GETTING ALL THAT YOU PAY FOR?

Do you get RideOn magazine in the post?    
Do you get the monthly eNews bulletin by email?

If you don't then you are missing out. Maybe we don't have your email address or our database says you do not want these items. If you do want them then please contact secretary@biketas.org.au

 

As well as wanting to provide you with information, we also want to hear your views and ideas. The website ( www.biketas.org.au ) has a public Suggestions form, and a section for members to post messages on the website.


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