LOOK! ST ALBANS - Our Community Voice on Design

First AGM. Tuesday 19th November at Dagnall Street Baptist Church at 7 pm.

By Roderick Douglas

Hello Everyone,

 

Look! St Albans  - Our Community Voice on Design

First AGM .  Tuesday 19th November at Dagnall Street Baptist Church at 7 pm.

 

There is a very unfortunate clash on Tuesday 19th November between the first Look! St Albans AGM and our own Frank Iddiols’ talk to the Society on OS Benchmarks in St Albans District.

 

Can I ask that those of you with interests in city development and conservation who would not be going to Frank Iddiol’s talk to please try to go along to the first “Look!” AGM on 19th November.

 

For all its flaws, “Look!” is a project that is in the interests of assuring sensible development in St Albans City Centre, and one that this Society should seek to support. There does need to be at least 30 supporters present to ratify the constitution.

 

A letter of invitation has been issued to all interested to the first AGM on 19th November at Dagnall Street Baptist Church at 7 pm. A revised draft constitution has been prepared. This, a draft summary of the constitution, and the draft Memorandum of Understanding with SADC can be seen on the Look! Scribd website  http://www.scribd.com/LookStAlbans   There is also a rather stylishly attractive public notice for the meeting and it’s headline speaker Tony Burton, the Director of Civic Voice. The main purpose of the AGM is to ratify the Constitution.

 

I did inform Vanessa Gregory before the AGM date was agreed that the 19th was unsuitable for SAHAAS, but it was the only date available for Tony Burton to speak.

 

Please contact me if you wish more background information and a fuller picture of the state of the exercise.

 

Donald Munro, President

 

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PS. The above is adapted from the notice in the SAHAAS Newsletter November 2013 currently being printed.

 

The link to the Look! St Albans invitation is below:

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