Notice to Members
The Annual General Meeting of the Mount Alexander Sustainability Group Inc will be held on Thursday 18 November 2021 at Castlemaine Town Hall at 7.30pm.
Victorian Government COVID rules mean that attendees will need to prove that they have been fully vaccinated. If you cannot meet this requirement, and you are a paid-up member, and you wish to hear what occurs in the meeting, please advise Sarah by email (email@example.com) and we will see if a remote link is practical.
This notice includes links to various documents – clicking on a link will download the document for you to peruse.
The agenda is here, and it includes the usual AGM things, as follows –
- consideration of the minutes of the 2020 AGM;
- President’s Report and Treasurer’s Report, available as one document;
- election of members of the committee – nominations (using this nomination form) of candidates must be with the Secretary 7 days before the AGM, that is by 6.00 pm on 11 November 2021; and
- setting of membership fees (no changes proposed).
Please note that you need to be a financial member to vote at the meeting – you can pay your membership fees here. Please also note that a financial member may appoint another member as a proxy for the meeting, using this form.
After the meeting, there will be a guest speaker, Kitty Walker, who will tell us about the Queenscliffe Climate Emergency Response Plan.
Kitty lives with her young family in Point Lonsdale and founded the Queenscliffe Climate Action Group (QCAG) in October 2019 after organising a series of community meetings to discuss the increasing, local impacts of the climate crisis. With zero climate action experience but an incredibly passionate community surrounding her, she led QCAG to work with the Borough of Queenscliffe, the smallest LGA in Victoria, to declare a climate emergency and commit to developing a response plan in partnership with the community.
The Borough’s ambitious Climate Emergency Response Plan was endorsed by Councillors on 19 May 2021. Its key aim is to transition the Borough to become a Zero Carbon Community by 2031. QCAG’s focus now is to engage the community and work with partners to implement the 49 actions across eight pillars, as outlined in the Plan.
Hoping to see you at the meeting. Please pass this notice on to others, and everyone is welcome to come along to hear about MASG and to hear our guest speaker.
MASG Committee of Management