Our 2022 AGM has taken place on April 23rd, at 1:00pm via Zoom.
There were 18 landowners in attendance. The slides presented are available here.
1 – Approval of the agenda
2 – Approval of the minutes of the 2021 AGM
3 – Business arising from the minutes
4 – Chairperson’s report
5 – Auditor’s report
6 – Appointment of the auditor for 2022
7 – Financial results from 2021
8 – Budget for 2022
9 – Questions from the floor
10 – Elections of trustees (see note below)
11 – Adjournment
Minutes of this meeting will be posted shortly.
Note re: election of trustees:
As of our deadline of April 8, we had received two nominations from landowners, for two positions to fill on the board, from
– Michael Jones, and
– Kevin McIntyre
They are therefore elected “by acclamation”. Here are some short bios for our 2 new trustees:
I have been regularly visiting Mayne Island since 1980, when my in-laws built a home on Leighton Lane. In 2010 my wife Linda and I bought this house and it is now our principal residence. I am a retired academic, having spent 23 years as a professor of “Fisheries” at a US university, mostly working on Great Lakes fishery management issues. During 2020 and 2021 I served on the VPID metering committee and helped with research to inform our thinking about pros and cons of individual household meters. My primary interest in joining the VPID Board is to help promote water conservation in the district to protect our valuable aquifer.
Kevin McIntyre is a retired insurance broker, and was CEO of Underwriters Insurance Brokers and of Guardian Risk Managers. He is a graduate of BCIT and the Insurance Institute of Canada. He currently sits on the Board of BCAA, where he chairs the Finance and Investment Committee. On Mayne Island, he is the Chair of the Board of Mayne Island Assisted Living Society. He previously served as a corporate director of both ICBC, and of Optimum West Insurance Company. Kevin is a past president and past chair of the Insurance Brokers Association of BC. He has also been certified as an expert witness by the Supreme Court of BC on insurance matters and assists various lawyers with several cases a year