The SMISA AGM will be on Saturday 14 April at 12.30pm in the library at the University of the West of Scotland (entrance via Storie Street, opposite the new student flats).
We hope for as high a turnout as possible as we discuss what has been a good year for the trust – and the team on the park.
As in previous years, we have chosen a town centre venue on the day of a home game (v Livingston) to make it as easy as possible for people to be there.
The following business will be dealt with on the day:
- a look back at the highlights of the past year
- A vote on whether to accept the annual accounts
- Votes to approve the appointment of an independent financial examiner and to disapply the requirement for an audit for the next year
- Election of new members to the trust committee
- a look back at how we performed against the objectives discussed at last year’s AGM, and forward to new objectives for 2018/19
Members will also have the chance to ask any questions of the SMISA board on the day.
If there is anything members would like clarified in advance please email [email protected]
If any member is unable to attend the meeting, they can nominate a proxy vote to another person. To register for a proxy please email [email protected] no later than Thursday 12 April, stating your name and the person you wish to attend and vote on your behalf.
SMISA committee elections
Members had until Sunday 18 March to put themselves forward for election to the SMISA committee. As only five people applied for the five places, there will be no formal election.
Instead, an affirmative ballot will be held at the AGM where members will be asked to approve the election of the five.
They include two current committee members applying for re-election – George Adam and Jim Cumming – plus three who have been helping the committee over the past year and are standing for election for the first time – Graeme MacPherson, Kevin Park and Janette Swanson.
You can see the profiles of the five candidates here. If elected, they will join the four committee members not up for re-election this year – Kenny Docherty, David Nicol, Colin Orr and Alan Quinn.