Pie Town Community Council
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The name of the organization shall be "The Pie Town Community Council."
The purpose of the Council is to administer the Pie Town community on behalf of the Commission of Catron County. The Council is volunteers managing resources, including but not limited to the Pie Town Community Center and Jackson Park under the County jurisdiction. The Council shall maintain and improve the community in accordance with all laws, regulations and ordinances set forth by the State of New Mexico and Catron County. The Council shall report to the Commission of Catron County annually at the April regularly scheduled Commission meetings. The Council shall also propose policies and regulations to the Commission for consideration.
4. Secretary 5. Council Person 6. Council Person 7. Council Person
If the office of any Council member becomes vacant, the remaining Councilors, though less than a quorum by a majority vote, may appoint any qualified person to fill such vacancy, and to hold office for the unexpired term and until his or her successor shall be duly chosen.
At all meetings of the Council each Council Member may vote in person or by proxy. All proxies shall be in writing and filed with the Secretary. Every proxy shall be revocable and shall automatically cease upon the expiration of member’s term of office.
The Council shall have the power to conduct, manage and control the affairs and business of the Pie Town community and to make rules not inconsistent with the laws of the State of New Mexico and Catron County. Such rules shall be subject to review and veto by county Commission. Any revised By-
Any Council member missing three (3) consecutive Council meetings without excuse, shall be removed. The resulting vacancy shall be filled as described in “F” above.
The privilege of holding office and voting for the officers shall belong equally to all persons who are residents in the Pie Town community, Catron County. Residency consists of anyone living in the 87827 Zip Code Area. Each person shall be entitled to one vote, which shall be by secret ballot. Voters must be present at the annual meeting to vote. (See Article III-
Meetings of the Council
The Council shall have the authority to raise funds for community improvements, recreational equipment or other items as deemed necessary for the operation of the community. Such funds used for the installation of permanent improvements would require approval of the County Commission. Council funds used for the purchase of non-
The Council shall raise funds for charitable purposes through legal fund-
Amendments to the By-
Accounting and Records
The fiscal year for the Council shall be October 1 through September 30 of the following year. Physical inventory of saleable items shall be taken and an annual report presented at the October Council meeting and the books closed at that time. An annual inventory of capital equipment and other tangible property will be completed and reported on by the Chairman at the Annual Meeting in March.
The Secretary and Treasurere shall preserve all minutes, correspondence, and other records of the Council. Records shall be archived for seven years in a depository designated by the Council.
Donations made by the Council up to $250 may be disbursed upon oral majority approval of the Council members without written justification or delay. This will facilitate emergency need. Donations over $250 or civic disbursements of any amount require written justification stating need and intent as well as oral majority approval of the Council members. The required justifications must be signed by the donees.
Any disbursement over $1000 must be approved at a regular meeting of the Council.
Disbursements to conduct normal Council business must be made with receipts attached, with the exception of prepayments. Prepayments are to be settled with receipts within 3 business days.
Revised 9/25/2003: Article III-
Revised 12/6/2007 Article III-
Revised 5/19/2010 Article II; Article III-