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Heart of the City AGM 2019

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Wednesday 18 Sep 2019

Heart of the City members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday 31 October 2019.

Join us as we look back on our achievements over the past year, share our plans for the year ahead and take care of our annual governance business. This includes the election of the Executive Committee (Board) for which nominations are currently being accepted - further information below. 

Thursday 31 October, 5.45pm arrival for a 6pm start
Rangitoto Room, L1, Grand Mercure Hotel, 8 Customs Street East.
Light refreshments provided

Agenda

  1. Welcome
  2. Apologies
  3. Confirmation of minutes from 2018 Annual General Meeting (AGM)
  4. Chair’s Report
  5. Treasurer’s Report
  6. Appointment of Auditor
  7. Special Resolution- See Auckland Council BID policy and HOTC Rule 32
    That the renewal of the three-year BID Programme Agreement with Auckland Council and Heart of the City Incorporated, till the period of 30 October 2022, be approved
  8. Retiring Executive Committee members – see HOTC Rule 14.5
  9. Election of Executive Members – see HOTC Rule 15.4
  10. Chief Executive’s Report
  11. General Business
  12. Close

Executive Committee Nominations 

Nominations for our Executive Committee are now open and will close on Thursday 24 October. The role of the Executive Committee is to govern the strategic direction of Heart of the City, as outlined in our constitution

If you wish to nominate a member of Heart of the City for the Executive Committee, please complete this nomination form and return it to us by 5pm on Thursday 24 October. 

RSVP and more information

Please let us know if you'll be able to make it by emailing us at info@hotcity.co.nz by Thursday 24 October.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch via the above email or you can also reach us on 09 379 8000.

People enjoying the public space in Silo Park, in Auckland's city centre Wynyard Quarter. Image: Sacha Stejko.
People enjoying the public space in Silo Park, in Auckland's city centre Wynyard Quarter. Image: Sacha Stejko.