A reminder to all members that (after numerous delays due to Covid-19), the Auckland Local Annual General Meeting will be held this Monday 28 September.

Meeting details are:  

Date:          Monday 28 September 2020
Time:         1000 hours
Venue:       College Rifles Football Club, 33 Haast Street, Remuera

Please note the Proposer and Seconder of any Remit must attend the A.G.M. when their Remit is presented at the meeting. The meeting will also take Remits from the floor.

It is important that members support this meeting as we need 10% of members to attend to form a quorum (approximately 60 members). 

Can SSO’s please co-ordinate operational movements to allow on-duty members every effort to attend.

The Union asks members to advise those who are off duty or on leave, etc., to attend.

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