Volunteering is a great way to get to know your neighbours
The Membership committee interviews every applicant. These people are volunteers. During the interview, they will go into detail about the various ways in which a new member can volunteer.
When a new member moves into the Co-op, they will be required to sign an agreement stating that they will participate in some committee activity.
Each member must agree to participate for four hours per month. There are lots of choices of committees.
Volunteering is a great way to get to know how the Co-op works and is also a great way to get to know your neighbours.
These volunteer committees are critical as they help to keep the operating costs low. Without them, the Co-op would have to hire more people and raise the housing charges accordingly.
Volunteer participation is mandatory for all members.
The Finance Committee assists in the preparation of the annual budget. It may analyze and make recommendations regarding the co-op management agent’s monthly cash flow report. Review the annual report and recommend to the Board long, mid and short term goals for the Cooperative.
The Newsletter Committee helps the board communicate with the members by editing and producing a co-op newsletter and Web page.
The Membership Selection Committee is formed to review all applicants for the co-op membership, and to recommend to the Board acceptance or denial of that membership request.
To ensure the maintenance and upkeep of co-op property over the life of the co-op.
To ensure the maintenance and upkeep of the Co-op’s grounds, including both landscaped and wild areas. The committee is responsible for all trees, shrubs, flowers, lawns, and gardens in the common areas.
The mandate of the Social Committee is to generate co-op and community events that are fun and provide an opportunity for members to get to know each other and enjoy their company in a spirit of friendly inclusiveness.
Board of Directors