Anyone else had a letter about this?
OK, realistically, I wouldn’t have attended anyway, and I’m not sure I would have used my postal vote.
But got a letter from MS Soc. yesterday, apologising that I never got the chance, because they hadn’t sent me my AGM invitation or voting papers.
They then helpfully went on to explain that the constitution allows the results of the votes still to stand, despite the fact that some members, like me, were disenfranchised. So that’s alright then!
I was already a bit peeved that the forum transition was dogged by delays and problems - but do accept that providing a forum is only a very minor part of the Society’s work, and, probably rightly, isn’t a top priority.
But then I find out they couldn’t manage a meeting and a vote, either, without excluding some of the members. :roll:
There’s no indication, in the letter, what proportion of the membership was affected. So I’m just wondering if anyone else has had a letter about this?
My membership is up for renewal next month. Less than impressed, at the moment, so don’t think I’ll bother.