Membership & Voting

Membership and voting in District 10 are governed by District 10's bylaws.

Registered community members, as defined in the bylaws of the District 10 Como Community Council, are eligible to vote at community meetings.

Registered community members, as described in the bylaws, are also eligible to vote for officer positions, at large positions, and positions representing the subdistrict within which they reside or the organization(s) they represent is located. Please refer to Article VII Elections for voting eligibility and procedures rules.  As provided by Article IV, Section 3, registration may take place at the annual meeting of the Council or by registering with the District 10 office three (3) business days in advance of a community meeting during which a vote will be taken.

Individuals interested in becoming a registered community member may submit this form or register in person at the District 10 office.  Authorized business representatives, please contact the District 10 office

ARTICLE IV
MEMBERSHIP


Section 1. Community members are residents of District 10 and authorized representatives of businesses and non-profit organizations that are located within District 10, who are eighteen (18) years of age or older, regardless of race, religion, sex, or national origin.  A business or non-profit, including any affiliated or related entities that have common ownership, is entitled to no more than one authorized representative.  Registration ceases when the conditions of community membership are no longer met.  No dues will be required for membership.

Section 2. Any community member that is registered with the Council, referred to herein as a registered community member, is entitled to vote at a community meeting.

Section 3. A community member may register at the annual meeting of the Council or by registering with Council staff at least three (3) business daysin advance of a community meeting during which a vote will be taken.

Section 4. An individual may be required to provide evidence satisfactory to the Chairperson indiciating that the individual resides within District 10 in order to become a registered community member; a registered community member may vouch for an individual lacking documentation of residency.  A representative of a business or non-profit may be required to provide evidence satisfactory to the Chairperson that the entity is registered with the Minnesota Secretary of State at a location within District 10 in order to become a registered community member.

Section 5. An alphabetical list of all those entitled to vote at a community meeting will be available for inspection three (3) business days before a community meeting.

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