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Ballot counts – CIP Bylaw Amendments
Counting took place at the CIP office of the ballots received from members in response to Ballot #31 – PFF-related CIP Bylaw Amendments, and Ballot #32 – CIP Governance Related Bylaw Amendments. As per CIP bylaw requirements, the count was overseen by two members (both employed by the City of Ottawa), Erin O'Connell (Returning Officer) and Kersten Nitsche (Scrutineer), with sincere appreciation for their time and help.
Ballot 31 (PFF-related amendments) passed with 90% in favour and 10% opposed. Ballot 32 (Governance amendments) passed with 96% in favour and 4% opposed.
CIP thanks all members who returned their ballots. More information regarding the PFF project will be available shortly on the PFF website (www.planningincanada.ca), the CIP website, and in a future issue of Plan Canada.