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USFSA Governing Council 2017
« on: February 22, 2017, 08:50:33 AM »
US Figure Skating's Governing Council meeting is on May 3-7, 2017 in Colorado Springs, CO.

I'm not going to it, but I wanted to know what was being voted on and discussed.

When does the GC Meeting Book come out?  Are all proposed changes/additions in the Meeting Book, or do you have to look elsewhere for upcoming changes? 

If you don't agree with a proposal, what should you do?
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Re: USFSA Governing Council 2017
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2017, 07:23:24 PM »
I'm just curious: Do most USFS clubs send delegates? If they do, it must be a madhouse. :)

>If you don't agree with a proposal, what should you do?

On the site you named, it says you can appoint a proxy - so you need to find someone who agrees with you on most things. :)

Don't the individual committees submit proposed rules changes? Maybe you have to look up info for those committees?

BTW, the usfs members only site has has another page:

But it doesn't have stuff for 2017. Maybe you can only find out what happens after the fact?

Some other info from last year: You can guess their timetable for publication of the combined report of action from that thread.

Good luck!