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MTCA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

Saturday, June 3, 2017, 10am, St. Aidan’s Church, 3703 St. Aidan’s.

Volunteer opportunities: Please email info@mtca.ca with your name, contact information and a brief bio (150 words or less) by May 31.  Volunteer opportunities include: communications, special projects, lead contact for developments and more.  If you are able to give 3-4 hours per month, have the skills and knowledge in board governance and communications that would be a valued asset. MTCA Board of Director Member Responsibility

MTCA Constitution and By-laws:  The provincial government made changes to the Societies Act that require all non-profit organizations to change their Constitution and By-laws and we will vote on these changes at the AGM.

MTCA Proposed Constitution and By-laws – 2017 05 23

MTCA Boundaries March 2010

MTCA Current Constitution and By-laws 2005

MTCA Membership:  Renew your MTCA 2017 Membership Form prior to the AGM.

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Raven Baroque 2017 Summer Concerts

Saanich Music in the Park

Saanich Summer Markets:  Braefoot Park, Sundays in July and August

Saanich Council Meetings
Schedule and information can be found on the Saanich website.

Developments in the MTCA area There are a variety of applications pending.  Further information can be found at this website.  Any inquiries should be directed to Saanich Planning. Click here for more details.

Saanich Police Bike Section: Four Police Officers are assigned full time to the Bike Section; they work in two person teams and their primary mandate is community engagement. The Bike Officers dedicate time to attend community events and always look for new ways in building relationships with citizens. The Bike Officers work closely with the community, listening to their concerns, and together find solutions to the issue. Bike Officers are unique in the sense that they are on a bicycle, are more approachable than a patrol vehicle, and the public can easily interact with them.  Bike Officers ride the Saanich trails, through parks and patrol residential and commercial areas moving around buildings and obstacles with ease. They can detect criminal activity with a stealth approach and can respond quickly to calls for service. If you would like to follow the bike section and see what interactions they have with the community, please follow them on twitter @saanichpdbikes and any questions can be directed to: Sergeant Andy Stuart, Bike Section | Community Engagement Division, Phone: 250.475.4321;Email: astuart@saanichpolice.ca