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Ballot collection at KPFK Sunday 12 noon-6 PM

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  • Michael Novick
    Since balloting was extended in the KPFK local station board election until December 26, the local election supervisor, Soul Watson, has arranged to collect
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 20, 2012
      Since balloting was extended in the KPFK local station board election until
      December 26, the local election supervisor, Soul Watson, has arranged to collect
      ballots in person at KPFK, 3729 Cahuenga Blvd. West in North Hollywood/Studio
      City (just south of Lankershim next to the 101; two blocks from the Metro Red
      Line Universal Studios station).


      He will be there on Sunday, December 23 from 12:00 noon until 6:00 PM, and will
      bundle up the ballots and send them by USPS Express Mail overnight to NY for the
      tallying. It is preferable to bring your ballot sealed inside the original
      business reply envelope that was included with it when you received it, but any
      sealable envelope will do. Also, if you can serve as an observer to make sure
      all ballots are recorded and included, that would be positive.

      According to the National Election Supervisor, the ballots will be considered
      received by the deadline at the point that the LES gets them, so even if by some
      chance they do not get to NY in a timely manner, they will be considered towards
      achieving quorum and will be counted when they are received at the ESC post
      office box in Long Island, NY.

      We are hopeful that quorum can be achieved by Dec. 26, the second extension, and
      then new members can be seated at the KPFK Local Station Board meeting on
      Saturday, Dec. 29 at 1 PM at the Culver City Peace Center, 3916 S. Sepulveda
      Blvd. The public is welcome at the LSB meeting and there will be times for
      public comment, both at the delegates' assembly considering several amendments
      to the Pacifica bylaws, and at the regular LSB meeting, voting on officers for
      the coming year.--Michael Novick
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