AS AMENDED or MODIFIED in January 1986
Reviewed and ratified at a special meeting for this purpose on February 20, 1986
Robert's Rules of Order revised shall be the authority on all questions of procedure not specifically stated in the Constitution and By-Laws.
Term of Office
Term of office shall be for one year from the Third Thursday in January.
Duties of Officers
Section 1. The President shall preside at all meetings and perform the usual duties of a presiding officer. He shall appoint a Chairman for each Committee.
Section 2. The Vice President shall preside in the absence of the President, or when requested by the President to do so.
Section 3. The Recording Secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings, in a permanent record.
Section 4. The Corresponding Secretary shall attend to all correspondence and keep a record of same, and keep a record of the membership of the organization.
Section 5. At the expiration of the terms of the Secretaries, they shall turn over to their successors all records mentioned in the above sections.
Section 6. The Treasurer shall have charge of all moneys, and keep an accurate account of same, and shall pay all bills that have been ordered paid by the Board of Directors, but not otherwise. The Treasurers books shall be subject to audit at the end of the fiscal year.
Section 7. The Board of Directors shall transact all routine business between meetings of the organization.
Section 1. The Annual Meeting shall be held on the THIRD Thursday in January.
Section 2. Meeting may be called by the President on a request by majority of the Board of Directors, or by request, in writing, of 10% of the members.
Section 3. The Board of Directors will meet quarterly or when called by the President; this should be two weeks prior to regular meeting, at which time details and program to be worked out.
Section 4. Notice of meetings shall be in writing, at least 72 hours prior to time called.
Section 5. Proxies shall be permitted, when member is given written notice not less than 72 hours before the time of the meeting, and when the member is not in St. Lucie County; Said proxy to be signed and witnessed, and in the hands of the Secretary not less than an hour prior to the meeting.
Section 6. A quorum shall consist of 15 or more members attending any general meeting
Section 7. A majority of the Board of Directors, or at least 4, shall constitute a quorum for a Board Meeting.
The finances of the organization shall be levied in the form of dues, which will be determined at the November meeting each year. The dues, necessary to keep the organization solvent, will be established by a vote of the membership.
These by-laws may be amended at any meeting, by a majority of members attending, provided written notice has been given to all members 10 days prior to the meeting.
There shall be the following three Committees:
(1) ZONING COMMITTEE, which shall keep the membership informed of any proposed zoning changes and shall receive complaints from the membership.
(2) BEAUTIFICATION AND IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE, which shall make suggestions for improving The Drive in our area.
(3) PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE, which shall build and maintain a favorable public image.
Section 1. There shall be four regular meeting per year, on the third Thursday of January, April, July, and November
Order of Business
The order of business at meetings of the members shall be:
1. Opening remarks of the PresidentTHESE BY-LAWS HAVE BEEN RATIFIED BY A REQUIRED NUMBER OF MEMBERS ATTENDING THIS SPECIAL MEETING, CALLED FOR THIS PURPOSE, ON THIS 20TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1986.
2. Reading of the minutes by the Recording Secretary
3. Treasurer's Report
4. Report of Standing Committees
5. Unfinished Business
6. New Business