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The Montgomery County Democratic Party At June 27 Meeting Will Vote On Four Possible Changes To The MCDP Constitution

At the June 27 meeting of the MCDP Central Committee, members will vote on the following changes to the MCDP Constitution:

  1. Minutes of Central Committee meetings shall include a record of all members in attendance at the meeting and shall identify the precinct that each attending member represents.
  2. Each Central Committee meeting will include a review of the minutes of the previous meeting for changes and approval by vote of the Committee.
  3. Each Central Committee meeting will include a Treasurer’s report.
  4. Each calendar year, the Central Committee will discuss, vote on changes, and approve the MCDP budget for that year.

Changes to the MCDP Constitution require that two-thirds of those Central Committee members who are voting agree to the changes.

Prior to the vote on the changes to the MCDP Constitution will be a motion for transparency. The motion will be to make a record of each member’s vote on each proposed constitutional change. This motion for transparency will require simply a majority of those voting for its passage. If a majority of the Central Committee vote for transparency, then each Central Committee member’s vote on each change will be recorded. Each Committee member will record his or her vote on a ballot along with his or her signature. The minutes of the June 27 meeting, then, will include a record of each Central Committee member’s vote on each proposed change.

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Sorry To See The Northridge Wesleyan Church Suffered Big Damage In The Memorial Day Tornado

Yesterday, I took these pictures of the Northridge Wesleyan Church. My mom and dad were active members for many years and stayed active and contributing members until they passed over twenty-five years ago. I was a newborn baby when I first attended there in 1948 and I attended there as a child and through my youth for many years as an adult as well. This church always had a loving and close church congregation family. It started as a county church and the original church building was greatly remodeled in about 1965. As a teenager I volunteered to help

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My Viburnum Bush Is Spectacular This Year — Full of Blooms!

My viburnum bush keeps growing. It’s spectacular. It must be 15 feet tall and this year it is full of blooms. I bought it maybe ten years ago at Siebenthaler’s. I don’t remember the specific name of the plant.

This picture was taken three years ago.

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Ten Years Ago — It Seems Like Yesterday

Always a lot of fun. Missing my friend and brother-in-law, Jimmy Dunaway

April 20, 2009 — Hard to believe that ten years have gone by since the passing of my friend and brother-in-law, Jimmy Dunaway. Jimmy was 71 and had been a minister in the United Methodist Church for about fifty years. I am missing Jim especially today, and especially also missing my sister, Carole, who passed on May 19, 2014. Their grave site is nearby — in David’s Cemetery — I rarely visit, but today I will cut a few tulips and place on the

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The Montgomery County Democratic Party To Establish A “Strategic Planning Committee” To Make A Long-range Plan

Mark Owens, Chairman of the Montgomery County Democratic Party and Clerk of Courts

Yesterday, I had a cordial and productive 80 minute meeting with Mark Owens, longtime Chairman of the Montgomery County Democratic Party. One outcome of the meeting will be the establishment of a “Strategic Planning Committee” that will be “charged with developing recommendations for discussion and action in the Central Committee concerning how the MCDP can advance the goals established in the preamble and statement of purpose established in the MCDP Constitution.”

The new MCDP Constitution talks the “pro-democracy” talk. The purpose of the Strategic Planning

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