The SBA is an Incorporated Association and as such has to have a Constitution that is the SBA’s heart and soul. In addition to identifying the rules that govern the SBA, it includes its Statement of Purpose and the SBA’s structure.
The Constitution, amongst other things:
Members should know the rules and are welcome to provide comment and suggestions for improvements at any time.
The SBA’s Constitution (September 2017) is available here
The SBA Board has formed a Constitution Review Sub Committee to review the Constitution with the first meeting held on 4 June 2018.
The Committee was formed following an Expression of Interest sent to all members to join the Committee.
The Committee members are:
David Hopkins (Chair), Jenny Mouat (Secretary), Michael Bourke (Life Member), Mark Mitchell (Life Member), Phil McFarlane (President – Sand Saints), Jacque Phillip (Representative – Moorabbin Tigers), Julie McMahon (Parent), Bruce Allen (President – Pacers Basketball Club).
The objective of the Constitution Review Committee is to review the existing constitution and work to develop a new draft constitution for consideration of the members prior to the 2018 AGM (TBC). Refer to Board Minutes of 19/09/17 and the AGM Minutes of 14/12/17.
The Constitution Review Committee welcomes feedback or suggestions about the Constitution. Your feedback or suggestions in relation to this review should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30/06/2018.
Before a new draft constitution is voted on by the members there will be period of consultation.
If you have questions or queries about the Constitution Review Committee, its terms of reference or in general please contact the Committee Chair David Hopkins at email@example.com.