Constitution – 10. AMENDMENTS


10.1 Amendments to the Constitution may be proposed at any meeting as long as notice of proposed amendments is given at least five (5) working days before the meeting at which a vote will be taken.

10.2 Proposed amendments that have been accepted for balloting by a majority of those voting at a meeting shall be submitted on a ballot to the regular membership for voting within two (2) weeks of the date of the motion (the manner of submission of such ballots, whether by mail, email or otherwise shall be determined by the Executive). The notification of the vote on the proposed amendment(s) shall specify the voting period of ten (10) working days. Ballots may be cast in person at the Association office or sent to the Association office.
Ballots received by the end of the announced voting period shall be counted.

10.3 Proposed amendments shall be considered passed and in effect upon receiving the approval of at least two-thirds (2/3) of those voting in the balloting.

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