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Board Update: June 11, 2019

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 Posted in AGM, Board Meeting Minutes, ROC Board | Comments Off on Board Update: June 11, 2019

Our Annual General Meeting was held on Monday, June 10 at the PRCC. Reports from the Executive Director, Facility Maintenance Manager, Operations and Finance Manager and Program and Events Manager were presented. Our Treasurer provided a financial review of the 2018/19 fiscal year, and our Board Elections were held. We welcome new Board Member Bill Aasvangen to the table, and all of our current board members were re-elected as well. 
 
  • Al Goodyer, Chair
  • Rob Gilbert, Vice Chair
  • Treasurer, Brad Knight
  • Secretary, Coralee Carter
 
The Board will take a short break over the summer, possibly convening subcommittee meetings to review transit updates if news of our feasibility grant is approved and action required, and to discuss possible fundraising strategies. As well, work on the Goodwood Beautification project will continue. 
 
We have reached the end of the current strategic plan for the board, and our focus beginning in September will be in redrafting a new five-year plan. We will work in conjunction with community development staff from HRM to achieve this goal. 

Board Update: April 2018

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 Posted in AGM, Monthly Board News | Comments Off on Board Update: April 2018

April 17 – 2018
 
A major project of the board this year has been  reviewing our Board Policy manual at each meeting, ensuring it is accurate and reflects the work of the board. This work will be finalized as of our May board meeting.  
 
Community Transit: We have struck a subcommittee, comprised of our co-chair Rob Gilbert, board member John Whitlam and our Executive Director, Shirley Jollimore. This group will review the existing information from the previous ROC-sponsored transit pilot, and look at options for moving forward to open this conversation in the community. A new feasibility study would be required before any transit options are explored, and we will reach out to the Rural Transportation Association for advice and guidance on moving forward with this. We will be looking for community assistance in this endeavour, so if you are passionate about this idea, we’d love to hear from you. 
 
Our annual General Meeting is open to all residents of the Prospect Community, and we hope to have you with us! Mark your calendars for Monday, June 11, 6:30 PM at the Community Centre. Board elections take place that evening, so please contact executivedirector@prospectcommunities.com for more information about the role of a board member. We welcome new members to our board.