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Elections

Conducting an annual meeting is much more than a requirement to meet complex regulatory obligations. It is an opportunity to effectively communicate with and engage your shareholders so they participate in proxy voting and support initiatives at your company and annual meeting

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Proxy Guide

Conducting an annual meeting is much more than a requirement to meet complex regulatory obligations. It is an opportunity to effectively communicate with and engage your shareholders so they participate in proxy voting and support initiatives at your company and annual meeting

Guidelines For Cooperative Elections

A coop board of directors is elected each year at its annual general meeting. Here's some guidelines for how to prepare for and run these elections

Update on Proxies

As previously reported, the Detroit office of HUD has issued a statement that the provision in many coop bylaws that restricts who may carry a proxy in the case of married couples is violative of the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act. That much we agree with. However, HUD has suggested that Boards may correct this situation by adopting an amendment to the bylaws. That is patently incorrect. Here is what we suggest:

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