Before the Meeting Sample Clauses

Before the Meeting. Timing of ordinary council meetings
Before the Meeting adjourns the employee and his/her Union representative will be provided a written notification as to why he/she is being disciplined or placed on investigatory suspension.
Before the Meeting. A staff report describing your use and recommending that it be approved or denied will be prepared and sent to you and to the Planning Commissioners prior to the meeting. Staff will usually contact you informally if there are any major problems with your application.
Before the Meeting. Do your homework; read the information in this Manual. Create your student profile. Be familiar with all the key players. Be in possession of all the information you need to make knowledgeable decisions concerning your child. Prepare your thoughts by writing down the important points you want to make. Think about examples from your experience where your child has benefited from being with nondisabled peers, such as modeling others at religious school, at story time at the public library, or other activities. Are there any times when he/she has picked up less appropriate behaviors when in a group with only children with disabilities?Make a list of your questions before the meeting. These questions can be a part of the IEP meeting agenda or you can use the list to remind yourself of things you want addressed before the meeting is adjourned. Get to know as many members of the IEP team as possible. Don’t forget the teachers who may teach specials like music, physical education, foreign languages, etc. Find out their concerns and what they think should be addressed in the upcoming meeting. Communicate regularly with school staff so that you have an idea of what the teachers and others school representatives may say at the meeting.
Before the Meeting. The Chair must prepare each meeting in accordance with the provisions of the Internal Rules.• A written agenda must be provided/be made available to all participants prior to the meeting.• Potential antitrust questions posed by the agenda should be raised in advance.• The agenda should be accompanied by a copy of the Association's Table Card for Attending Meetings (see Annex to these Antitrust Guidelines).
Before the Meeting. Regular and Special Meetings. Meetings of boards or commissions fall into two categories: “Regular Meetings” and “Special Meetings.” “Regular meetings” are held according to an adopted schedule. After adopting a schedule for regular meetings, the schedule must be provided to the Town Clerk and the first meeting may not be held for at least thirty days. Consequently, we recommend adopting the schedule in November so that your January meeting will not violate the 30-day requirement. “Special Meetings” are any other meetings which you may call during the course of the year as needed. For the most part, regular and special meetings are indistinguishable. The one significant difference relates to the importance of the agenda for the meeting. The Agenda. Before any meeting is held, an agenda is prepared and must be posted on the Town Clerk’s bulletin board at least 24 hours before the beginning of the meeting. For purposes of this rule, only business days count, so a meeting to be held at 8:00am on Monday morning must be posted before 8:00am on the preceding Friday. This requirement applies to both regular and special meetings. Any action taken at an improperly noticed meeting is null and void. The legal distinction between regular meetings and special meetings relates to the significance of the agenda. At a regular meeting a public agency may consider a matter which is not listed on its agenda, provided that it votes to do so by a 2/3 majority vote. Procedurally, a member moves to take up a matter not on the agenda, stating what that matter is. The body then votes on the motion before discussing the substance of the matter at all. If the motion passes by a 2/3 majority of those present, the agency can then proceed to discuss the substance of the issue. At a special meeting, however, no matters may be taken up by the agency except those listed on the agenda.
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  • Right to Convene Meetings The Warrant Agent may, at any time and from time to time, and shall on receipt of a written request of the Corporation or of a Warrantholders’ Request and upon being indemnified and funded to its reasonable satisfaction by the Corporation or by the Warrantholders signing such Warrantholders’ Request against the costs which may be incurred in connection with the calling and holding of such meeting, convene a meeting of the Warrantholders. If the Warrant Agent fails to so call a meeting within seven days after receipt of such written request of the Corporation or such Warrantholders’ Request and the indemnity and funding given as aforesaid, the Corporation or such Warrantholders, as the case may be, may convene such meeting. Every such meeting shall be held in the City of Vancouver, British Columbia or at such other place as may be mutually approved or determined by the Warrant Agent and the Corporation.

  • Adjournment When a meeting is adjourned to another time or place, notice need not be given of the adjourned meeting and a new Record Date need not be fixed, if the time and place thereof are announced at the meeting at which the adjournment is taken, unless such adjournment shall be for more than 45 days. At the adjourned meeting, the Partnership may transact any business which might have been transacted at the original meeting. If the adjournment is for more than 45 days or if a new Record Date is fixed for the adjourned meeting, a notice of the adjourned meeting shall be given in accordance with this Article XIII.

  • Meeting A copy of the decision shall be sent to the grievant and to the UFF grievance representative if the grievant elected self-representation or representation by legal counsel.

  • General Meeting The General Meeting of the ASSOCIATION shall be held annually as soon as possible after the end of the ASSOCIATION’s financial year, but not later than the end of November, at a time and place determined by the Trustees.

  • Adjournments Any meeting of Securityholders, annual or special, may be adjourned from time to time, to reconvene at the same or some other place, and notice need not be given of any such adjourned meeting if the time and place thereof are announced at the meeting at which the adjournment is taken. At the adjourned meeting the Company may transact any business which might have been transacted at the original meeting. If the adjournment is for more than thirty days, or if after the adjournment a new record date is fixed for the adjourned meeting, a notice of the adjourned meeting shall be given to each Securityholder of record entitled to vote at the meeting.