GPOC Board Position Descriptions


Nominations and elections for the offices of President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Three Year Trustee”  Nominees must be present and accept nomination Members may nominate themselves, but all nominations require a second.  Click for position descriptions.  Members MUST be present and in good standing to vote.


Here is a description of all GPOC Board positions:

PRESIDENT: It shall be the duty of the President to conduct all meetings with the laws and regulations pertaining to the administration of the organization and to organize the carrying out of the approved activities.  The President shall appoint such committee chairman as may be required to conduct the affairs of the organization, leaving the membership of the committees to be selected by said chairman from those members of the general membership volunteering.  The President’s term is for one year.
VICE PRESIDENT: The Vice President will preside in the absence of the President, upon death, resignation, or removal from office of the President, at which time a new Vice President shall be elected by the general membership to serve to the unexpired portion of the current term.  The Vice President’s term is for one year.
SECRETARY: The Secretary shall keep the minutes of all meetings of either the membership and/or Board Of Directors.  The Secretary shall keep the membership informed through periodic oral reports and monthly publication.  The Secretary shall conduct such correspondence relating to the business of the organization as requested by the President, the Vice President or the Board of Directors.  The Secretary shall keep and accurate register and membership status of all the members of the organization, including current address and telephone numbers.  The Secretary’s term is for one year.
TREASURER: The Treasurer shall have custody of all monies delivers by the organization and shall keep regular books of account.  The Treasurer shall deposit all monies in the name of and to the credit of the organization in such depositories as may be designated by the Board of Directors.  The Treasurer shall pay all proper obligations of the organization.  When in doubt as to the propriety if a bill is rendered, the Treasurer shall seek a decision of the Board of Directors.  The Treasurer shall collect annual dues from the members, shall issue official receipts for dues, if requested, and shall deposit same in the proper fund of the organization.  The Treasurer shall collect any accounts and monies due the organization and deposit same in the proper fund.  The Treasurer shall maintain an inventory of the property owned by the organization and maintain records of its whereabouts and who is responsible for it.  The Treasurers term is one year.
THREE YEAR TRUSTEE:  The three Trustees shall be elected from the general membership to serve a three year term.  On a rotation basis one Trustee completes his term of office each year and a new Trustee is elected for a three year term.  Each Trustee represents the interests of the general membership on the Board of Directors and a unanimous vote of the three Trustees carries decisions of the Board of Directors.