Welcome to the New Year 2010 for Raby Bay Ratepayers Association specially the new members. Applications are still coming in but we have passed the 200 mark which is great news.
On Monday 8thFebruary, the Association held its Annual General Meeting for 2009. The Committee Executive were elected for 2010 Returning to the committee are:-
President: James Mardon
Vice President: Bill Vallance
Secretary: Denise Foote
Committee Members: Garry Brell, George Harris, Doug Cox
We welcome our newly elected committee members:
Treasurer: Steve Tsimos
Committee Members: Alan McGirvan, Pam Holley
The Committee would like to echo the resolution of the meeting in thanking departing Treasurer Jan Proctor for her tireless and effective role as Treasurer to the Association over many years.
The next big event will be the Rates Rally at the Concert Hall on 29th March – see you there.
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Annual General Meeting of the Association will be held in the Volunteer Marine Rescue Raby Bay premises, William St. Cleveland at 7.30 pm on Monday 4 February 2013.
Nomination forms for Committee will be available on the night.
A General Meeting will precede the AGM with current issues being addressed.
Your General Rates and Canal Levies are out of control as well as indiscriminate spending by the Redland City Council.
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT – JOIN NOW
AMOUNT PAYABLE – $10 per household
The Redlands City Council have begun a process of reviewing the manner in which our municipal rates are calculated and apportioned. The first step was a public information session held on Friday December 4, 2009 to provide education on the current process. Here is a copy of the Council’s press release: InfoSessionOnRating
Thanks to all those members who attended and registered their interest in participating in the follow-on activities early in the NewYear.
Thanks also to committee member George Harris whose determined activity under the banner of Redland Rate Reform Group has in large measure brought about the review.
We now need all high-value propery-owners across the city to give support to George in his quest to have a fairere rating system in the Redlands.