There are 17 resolutions that will be presented at the Fall 2013 Convention and the AAMDC encourages all member municipalities to review them prior to the resolution session on November 14 to ensure the process moves along smoothly. The resolutions and the fall 2013 order paper, as determined by the Resolutions Committee, are attached. 

The AAMDC’s resolution process policy identifies resolution types and guidelines and the process involved in the resolution session itself.  The submission and consideration of any emergent resolutions are also outlined in the policy.  It is the role of the AAMDC Resolutions Committee to determine if emergent resolutions meet the definition outlined. If the resolution is deemed to be emergent in nature, it will come to the convention floor through the appropriate process. The member bringing forward the emergent resolution must, at their own expense, provide copies for voting members in attendance, (minimum 600).

Resolutions will be printed in the handbook and available on the convention app for reference during the resolution session.

The resolution process policy is also attached for reference. 

Enquiries may be directed to:

Tasha Blumenthal

Policy Analyst

780.955.4094

Kim Heyman

Director, Advocacy & Communications

780.955.4079

 

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