2023 AGM voting results

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2023 AGM voting results

Post by richard@imutual » Fri Apr 14 2023 9:56am

The results of voting for yesterday's AGM was:

To receive and adopt the report of the directors and the financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2022

FOR: 334228 shares (40 members)
AGAINST: 22590 (3)

To re-elect Richard Lawrence Yendall as a director of the company.

FOR: 189887 (37)
AGAINST: 165064 (4)
ABSTAIN: 1867 (2)

The closeness of the vote to re-elect me as director has not escaped me, and I expect this is due to understandable frustration on the part of some with the lack of offers and development on the site. That said, if I had lost the vote it would have served no practical purpose other than to create a headache for the company. We are legally required to have a director so I probably would have needed to ask Sue to remain as director and then put myself forward again at the next AGM.

If someone had put themselves forward as an alternative director, that would have been a different matter. But I think there's a better way forward than that and I shall post some thoughts on that in the coming days
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Re: 2023 AGM voting results

Post by Sarah » Fri Apr 14 2023 10:37am

Oops, I set a reminder for the wrong day. Did anyone attend?

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Re: 2023 AGM voting results

Post by richard@imutual » Fri Apr 14 2023 10:47am

Not sure. I kept talking anyway :crazy:
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Re: 2023 AGM voting results

Post by roger » Thu Jun 01 2023 2:18pm

I managed to miss the AGM otherwise another 16k votes would have supported Richard's re-election but, in any case, it's something of a no-brainer in the absence of a constructive alternative.

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