EGM 2017

The current Bylaw of the Downtown Surrey BIA ends March 31, 2018. The DSBIA must go through a renewal process to to continue operating.

The DSBIA Board has developed a Strategic Plan and  Members have been surveyed to get their input on priorities for the next five years. This information provides the basis of the budgeting for the next five years.

An Extraordinary General Meeting has been called for Thursday, September 28 at 6:15pm.

When: Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 6:15pm (Directors will be available to answer questions from 5:30-6:15pm

Where: City Centre Library, Room 120 – 10350 University Drive, Surrey

At the EGM. the DSBIA Members will be voting:

  • To renew the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association for a five year mandate
  • To adopt a levy strategy for the next five years as part of the BIA renewal process that provides for graduated increases to the following schedule:
  • To adopt the attached 2018 budget as presented by the Board of Directors of the BIA.
  • To adopt changes to the Downtown Surrey Business Improvement Association Bylaws as available online to conform to the new requirements of the BC Societies Act.

After the members vote, all information will be forwarded to the City of Surrey who will then complete the Renewal procedure.

See related documents below:

EGM Minutes 2017

EGM Notice for Sep 28, 2017

Renewal Document 2017

DSBIA revised Bylaws (Constitution) with changes to conform to BC Societies Act

DSBIA current Bylaws (Constitution) with tracked changes to conform to BC Societies Act.

DSBIA new Bylaws with changes made to conform to BC Societies Act.

DSBIA current Bylaws with tracked changes to conform to BC Societies Act.

 

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