Nominations open for OPSRRA’s board

Otter Point and Shirley association seeking board members

  • Feb. 15, 2012 6:00 a.m.

The Otter Point and Shirley Resident Ratepayers Association (OPSRRA) will be holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in late March or early April, 2012.

Elections for all executive and director positions are held annually at the AGM.

Most of the present directors intend to stand for re-election. Nominations for any position can be sent to the Nominations Committee c/o Arnie Campbell – President, OPSRRA at 250-642- 3113 or d.acampbell@shaw.ca. You can indicate either a personal interest in being nominated as a director or you can nominate someone else.

A nominee must be 18-years-of-age, a resident or property owner in either Shirley or Otter Point and a voting member of the association at the time of the election.

Nominations are accepted from the floor at the AGM.

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