Nov 202016
 

VID November Meeting…

Here are the Minutes for the Nov. 10th General Meeting and some visuals to go with it.

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General Membership Meeting
Dec. 8th, 2016
St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex
83 Christopher Street, 6:30 PM

Agenda 
 

    1.  President’s Report-Nadine Hoffmann

    2.  District Leader Report- Keen Berger

    3.  Special Guest Sen. Brad Hoylman

    4.   Second vote on attached amendment to the VID constitutlion.

    5.  VID Holiday Party Details–Nadine Hoffmann            

   Frieda Bradlow’s Home
    43 Charlton Street   2-5 PM
    Sunday, December 11, 2016

    6.  VID 2017 Officer Elections – President and three Vice-Presidents              

         A.   Any member who is interested in running for either position may submit a letter to
               Zella Jones by Sunday, December 4th, to be published on the website and sent
               to the membership prior to the meeting.  zella@marketxmarket.com
         B.  Nominations may only be taken from
              the floor   
         C.  See attached election protocol adopted by the Executive Committee in 2015.  [This was amended on Dec. 11, 2017]

     7.  New Business

 

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May 082015
 

VID General Membership Meeting

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St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex
83 Christopher St.
Thursday May 14, 2015
6:30 PM

UPDATE:  MINUTES

Our May 14th General Membership Meeting has a pretty full agenda.  In addition to Club business we will be hosting an important discussion on Fracking and Gas Pipeline Infrastructure, as well as presentations from and endorsements of Civil Court and District Leader candidates.  Following is the agenda:
I.  President’s Report

II.  District Leader’s Report–Keen Berger

III. Special Forum:
Fracking and Gas Pipeline Infrastructure
Nat Johnson–Organizer
Panelists:  Clare Donohue, Sane Energy Project
Eric Weltman,  Food & Water Watch in New York
Ling Tsou, United for Action
Assemblywoman Linda B. Rosenthal, Status of the Port Ambrose LNG

IV.  Update on Saving Small Business Petitioning–Sharon Woolums

 
V.  Update on Gala–Jen Hoppe

VI.  Presention by Civil Court Judge Candidates  (See election protocol for all candidates below)

VII.  Endorsement of Civil Court Judge Candidates

VIII.    Presentation by District Leader Candidates

IX.     Endorsement of District Leader Candidates.

X.     Election of VID’s Judicial Delegates and Alternates

   XI.      New Business

Election Protocol
Village Independent Democrats

Eligibility to vote and/or be a candidate:

     a- Must be a VID member for 90 days
b- Dues must be up to date
c- If your dues have expired, you can pay back dues in order to vote.  However, per VID constitution you can only pay back dues for one year and one month.  Therefore, anybody who’s dues expired before April 14, 2014 is not eligible to vote.Election Protocol:

  • Civil Court
  1. Each candidate can speak for up to 5 minutes
  2. Each candidate will take questions from VID members for up to 5 minutes
  3. VID members are allocated up to 5 minutes speak on behalf of a candidate.  No member can speak for more than one minute unless nobody else wishes to speak.
  4. A candidate must get a majority of the votes cast in order to get the VID endorsement.  In case no candidate receives a majority of the votes cast on the first ballot and there are only two candidates on the ballot then no endorsement is the position of the club. If there are more than two candidates then there is one more ballot with the two top vote getters staying on the ballot.  If no candidate receives a majority of the votes cast on the second ballot then the position of the club is no endorsement.
  • District Leader

Same rules as for Civil Court candidates with the exception that the candidates only receive three minutes each to speak.

  • Judicial Delegates and Alternate Judicial Delegates
  1. Each candidate receives 1 minute to speak
  2. VID members have five minutes to as candidates questions
  3. The candidates who receive the most votes are elected to represent VID on the ballot as judicial delegates.  The candidates who receive the next highest number of votes become the alternate judicial delegates.
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