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Cootharaba Community Association
Representing the community on matters that affect the community.
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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Next meeting will be held at the RURAL FIRE SHED IN TEEWAH STREET, BOREEN POINT at 11am on Saturday 8TH AUGUST 2020.
Please bring a chair. A social BBQ will follow the meeting.
Agenda for AGM 8TH AUG 20
COVID-19 AND MEETINGS
MEETINGS will be conducted in accordance with current COVID-19 Restrictions.
PLEASE READ PRIOR TO ATTENDING ANY MEETING
IMPORTANT COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDEES
A. STAY AT HOME IF YOU ARE SICK, OR GO HOME IF YOU BECOME UNWELL, and VISIT YOUR DOCTOR as soon as practicable.
B. STAY AT HOME IF YOU have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 must self-isolate at home for 14 days from date of contact.
C. If you are over 70, 65 and over with chronic medical conditions, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, over 50 with chronic medical conditions, or have a compromised immune system, or who are caring for someone who is compromised, you are considered more vulnerable and you should stay home or take additional care where possible and you should avoid crowds.
YOU MUST USE the hand sanitiser that is supplied, when entering the meeting, before and after eating, and before and after using any equipment.
ON ARRIVAL: Record your name on the Attendance Register and ensure you have name, address, mobile contact and time of arrival and departure for contact tracing purposes.
MAINTAIN PERSONAL HYGIENE whilst on site.
MAINTAIN NON-CONTACT GREETINGS and do not high-five, hug or shake hands.
Adhere to 1.5m SOCIAL DISTANCING at all times.
AVOID TOUCHING YOUR EYES, NOSE AND MOUTH & cover coughs and sneezes with your arm or a tissue. · Put tissues straight into the bin and then wash your hands.
General physical distancing guidelines WHILST ON SITE.
Chairs will be arranged to leave as much space as possible between attendees. Avoid gathering together or crowding around.
THE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ENCOURAGE ALL ATTENDEES TO SIGN UP FOR THE COVIDsafe APP.
Motions need to be presented to the Secretary in writing at least 2 weeks before a meeting is held. If you wish to present a motion and have members vote on it, then please fill in the form attached.
Motions need to be presented in the appropriate format for voting. They essentially direct the Executive Committee to act on the outcomes of motions voted on at meetings by members. To vote you must be a financial member.
There is also "General Business" where any items of interest relevant to our community are raised for discussion. Anyone can raise a topic or item to discuss.
Items for general discussion can be raised by both members and residents in 'General Business' at the end of CCA meetings. Topics vary widely and may concern any matter that affects our community.
It is a good idea to advise the Secretary of any matter to be raised at least 2 weeks before a meeting so it can be included in the CCA newsletter and agenda. However, issues can be raised at the meeting itself if time permits.