CONSTITUTION OF THE TONGHAM COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
- Voting Subject to the provisions of Clause 23, any question arising at a meeting of the Association or one of its committees shall be decided by a simple majority of those present and voting. No member shall exercise more than one vote notwithstanding that he or she may have been appointed to represent two or more interests, but in case of an equality of votes the Chair shall have a second or casting vote.
- Committee Meetings: one third of the members with power to vote shall form a quorum at meetings of the General Committee and all other committees and sub-committees of the Association.
- General Meetings: twenty five members with power to vote or one third of the members with power to vote, whichever is the less, shall form a quorum at General Meetings of the Association. In the event that no quorum is present at an Annual General Meeting of the Association, or the meeting has to be abandoned the meeting shall stand adjourned and be reconvened 14 days later, and those members with power to vote present at that meeting shall be deemed to form a quorum.
Minute books shall be kept by the Association and all its committees and the respective secretary shall enter therein a record of all proceedings and resolutions.