Posted - October 13, 2015
On December 7, 2015, the Redding Youth Soccer League will hold it's Annual General Meeting. This public meeting will review the actions of the board for the last year, review and vote on proposals for changes to the governing documents and elect new board members for the coming year.
The RYSL Board current consists of four executive committee positions and 16 "At Large" positions. The At Large positions are elected every year at the AGM. There are several openings in this group every year. This year the President and Secretary's positions are up for election on the Executive Committee. At this time all currently sitting board members are wishing to run again.
At the AGM, the membership also gets to suggest changes to the governing documents and vote for their approval. This year there are a number of housekeeping changes being proposed. These proposed changes are listed below.
The Annual General Meeting will be held at 7:00 PM in the Redding Soccer Park Conference Room on December 7, 2015.
Proposed Changes to RYSL Constitution and Bylaws
December 4, 2015
Proposed Changes to the RYSL Bylaws
Submitted by: Member Marc Pinnell
1.0 Board of Directors
1.1. The Redding Youth Soccer League (hereinafter referred to as RYSL or League) shall have a Board of Directors consisting of 20 (twenty) members including the President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Competitive Coordinator (NSS Club President) and
16 (sixteen) 15 (fifteen) members at large.
1.2. Members of this league shall nominate and elect at the AGM each year, officers who shall serve for a period of two (2) years. Officers shall take office effective on January 1 following the AGM. The President and Secretary shall be elected to take office on January 1 of the even- numbered years. The Vice-President,
and Treasurer and Competitive Coordinator (NSS Club President) shall be elected to take office on January 1 of odd-numbered years.
2.5 Competitive Coordinator (NSS Club President)
Shall oversee the operations of RYSL’s Competitive Club, North State Soccer (NSS). Will report back to and seek approval for the actions of the Competitive Club from the RYSL Board at each meeting. Shall perform other duties as described within the NSS operating documents.
5.0 Board Expenditures
5.2 All Executive Board Members will have a
$100 $200 expenditure limit (covered by receipts) for the completion of league business without the prior approval of the Board. These expenses shall be reported at the next meeting of the Board of Directors. All other Board Members shall require advanced approval of all expenses.
8.2 The RYSL Competitive Committee shall be a standing committee chaired by the league’s Competitive Coordinator. The Competitive Committee shall be known as the Comp Club or North State Soccer (NSS). The Committee shall, via the North State Soccer Policies, Procedures and Operational Directives, oversee the operations of the Kaos and Missfits teams within the Redding Youth Soccer League. The Committee chair will report back to the board at each meeting of the League Board. All actions of the Competitive Committee shall be presented to the League Board for approval.
12.0 Board Quorum
12.1 A quorum for regular meetings of the league shall consist of
nine (9) eleven (11) board members.
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