Bylaw 3: Voting Rights

  1. Each member of the Chamber shall have one vote at any annual or general meeting of the Chamber.
  2. Each member shall advise the administration of the Chamber of the name and contact information of their appointee as their representative for voting purposes. The voting rights designated to the appointed representatives of each member are not transferable without written notice to the administration of The Chamber.
  3. For the purpose of elections of Directors to the Board, each member’s appointee shall have one vote. In addition, each Director shall have one vote.

Bylaw 4: Committees

  1. The Board may appoint such committees as it deems proper and necessary to fulfill the objectives and purpose of the Chamber.
  2. The President shall be ex-officio member of all committees.

Bylaw 5: Signing Authority

  1. The most senior staff person of the Chamber and the President, and other members of the Board as may be appointed by the Board, shall have authority to sign all documents and financial instruments on behalf of the Chamber.


We suggest that the Chamber begin to assemble policies dealing with, but not restricted to the following:

  • Human Resources including the qualifications, duties and limits of power of the senior staff person;
  • Designation of persons and positions authorized to speak on behalf of the Chamber in various circumstances.

The development of policies is an ongoing process, with policies to be drafted by staff or board members for adoption by the board as required.

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