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There are currently no pending amendments.

Previous Amendments:

Members passed the following amendment on March 9, 2017 Regular Monthly Meeting

Article I: Name

The name of this organization shall be The North College Park Citizens’ Association, Inc., hereinafter referred to as “the NCPCA”.

 

Members passed the following amendment on March 10, 2011 Regular Monthly Meeting

Article X: Dissolution
Section 1: Dissolution for Lack of Interest. If there is no quorum for four (4) consecutive meetings the Board of Directors may, by a two-thirds vote, dissolve the NCPCA.

Section 2: Dissolution for Any Other Reason. Any member may initiate a proposal to dissolve the Association at any regular meeting of the NCPCA. The majority of the members present shall determine whether dissolution should be placed on the agenda of the next regular meeting and considered for adoption at that meeting. If the majority so decides, a written copy of the motion for dissolution shall be given or mailed to each member at least five days before themeeting at which the vote is to be taken. At that meeting, the adoption of the proposal for dissolution shall require two-thirds vote of members present, but in no event less than a quorum.

Section 3: Distribriution of Assets Upon Dissolution. In the absence of specific instructions from the membership the Executive Committee shall distribute the assets of the NCPCA to an account designated by the City of College Park for public improvements within the boundaries in Article II, Section 1. An account existing for a narrower purpose, such as the Veterans Memorial, Duvall Field, or the Youth and Family Services Building, may satisfy this requirement.

Section 4: Restrictions. I no event shall any member benefit financially from the distribution of assets. Any distribution of assets must comply with the restriction in Article 2.

 

Members passed the following proposed amendment in January 13, 2011 regular meeting.

Article VIII: Proposed Changes:
Section 2: Amendment. These By-Laws may be amended by resolution offered by any member Any member may initiate a proposal to amend these bylaws at any regular meeting of the NCPCA. The majority of the members present shall determine whether an amendment should be placed on the agenda of the next regular meeting and considered for adoption at that meeting. Any resolution presented to amend the By-Laws shall be voted on by the membership at the next regular meeting. A If the majority so decides, a written copy of the proposed amendment(s) to the By-Laws shall be given or mailed to each member at least five days before the meeting at which the vote is to be taken. At that meeting, the adoption of the proposed amendment to the By-Laws shall require two-thirds vote of members present, but in no event less than a quorum.

The “Bill of Rights” amendment that was debated in April was not approved; the archived language and introductory remarks are still available for download.

Last updated March 10, 2017

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