Also known as Great Council, this is a meeting of all the officers of Carolingia on the first Monday of every month. Guild leaders give reports and announce upcoming meetings, Autocrats give updates on events they're running, and the policies and laws of the Barony are interpreted and applied. Boroughs are required to send representatives; this is usually the Provost.
A Council, in the context of Religious life, refers to the members of the Leadership group: they are responsible for the welfare of the members and the administration of the goods belonging to the Institute.
To meet as a group with the aim of reaching consensus on a given topic.
Any group of Rainbows meeting to make a decision. Usually refers to the Council which meets between July 1 - 7 at N.A. Gatherings.
a meeting of people for consultation; "emergency council"
a community forum elected by The Special Place Associations , in which all property owners automatically become members and at whose meetings they exercise their voting rights
a larger committee in which there is generally a requirement for formal meeting procedures
a member of the National Association of Agri-Food Supervisory Agencies (NAASA)
An elected body which is the University's principal executive and policy-making body. It is one of the two central bodies (the other is the General Board of the Faculties) and has responsibility for the business of the University in its broader aspect, except that relating directly to its teaching and research programme. It is the formal link between the University and the Colleges, has overall responsibilty for planning and resource allocation, conducts negotiations with external bodies, and is concerned with student affairs, apart from admissions and teaching. The Council is also responsible through its Finance Committee for accounting, budgeting, and control of investments, and, through the Estate Management and Building Service, for the management of property. The Council has in most cases the responsibility of presenting to the Regent House business which requires its assent. The Council generally meets monthly except in August, with the Vice-Chancellor as Chairman, and the Registrary as Secretary.
The governing body of the School, responsible for determining strategy, including the strategic approach to teaching and learning. Its members are company directors of the School. It comprises lay, academic and student members, elected under Memorandum and Articles of Association.
Biennial meeting of LWV delegates scheduled in the years between state and national conventions. Representation is limited and the purpose is to review program and adopt a budget.
A biennial meeting of delegates held in even numbered years to adopt a budget. Changes in program may also be adopted.
biennial meeting of LWV delegates held in years between conventions and with more limited representation to review program and adopt a budget.
a decision making group for a larger group.