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October 4 Board Meeting
DelCOG Board Meeting (via Zoom)
6:30 – 8:30 p.m. EST
Zoom link, meeting ID, and password always will be posted here prior to the meeting.
To enter the September 2022, Zoom meeting:
Click the “Join” link below the meeting agenda, then give it a few seconds to make the connection.
BOARD MEETING AGENDA
October 4, 2022
Call to Order 6:30 p.m.
ORDER OF BUSINESS
1. Introductions and Order of Agenda – Steck
2. Approval of Minutes, September 6, 2022 – Diswood
4. Treasurer’s Report – Rush
1. Status of Chapter for Inspector General Book – Ward, Wasleski
2. Ad Hoc Committee to Revise Minor Errors and Omissions in Bylaws – Steck
1.Elected Officials Reception – Ward
2. Downstate Issues – Local and State Meetings & Hearings in English only – Steck
3. State of Delaware Retiree Medicare Advantage Plan Issue – Steck
Tuesday, November 3, 2022 (Tentative)
ADJOURNMENT 8:30 p.m.
REGISTER FOR THE OCTOBER ZOOM BOARD MEETING
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If you have any issues, please call Keith Steck at 302-893-1643.
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Bill of Rights Day
The Bill of Rights – the first ten amendments to the United States Constitution – was created September 25, 1789, was ratified by three-fourths of the state legislatures on December 15, 1791, and is on permanent display, together with the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, in the rotunda of the National Archives Museum in Washington, DC. It has become one of the most important documents guaranteeing the rights and freedoms, such as speech, press, and religion, of the citizens of our democracy.
We celebrate the 231st Anniversary of The Bill of Rights.
Bill of Rights Anniversary
March 12 – March 18
Your Right to Know
U.S. Constitution Day
Commemorates the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, in order to ensure that all citizens should know about their rights as outlined in the Constitution. A clause in the 2004 bill that established a day to honor the Constitution mandates the teaching of the Constitution in schools that receive federal funds as well as in federal agencies.
International Right to Know Day
Raises awareness of every individual’s right to government-held information and to know how elected officials are exercising power and how taxpayer’s money is being spent.