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Bylaws for the Frisco Chamber of Commerce, amended and approved 5/16/2017.
Amended and restated by-laws for the Hendersonville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Amended and restated bylaws of OneZone, Inc., formerly known as Carmel Clay Chamber of Commerce, Incorporated, following a merger with Fishers Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
Amended and restated by-laws adopted by Envision Greater Fond du Lac, Inc. after the merger of the Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce, Inc. and the Fond du Lac County Economic Development Corporation.
This document contains the 2016 amendments to the 2004 amended regulations of the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce. They address the merger with the Jackson-Belden Chamber of Commerce.
Amended and restated bylaws of Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce for the merger of the Mount Pleasant Chamber with the Mount Pleasant Business Association.
Amended and restated bylaws for the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.
The Vail Valley Partnership's bylaws cover membership, meetings, board of governors, officers, advisory council, committees and divisions, financials, dissolution, parliamentary authority, and revisions and amendments. The bylaws are voted on and approved by the board of governors.
The Roanoke Regional Chamber's bylaws cover general; membership; meetings; board of directors; resolutions and position statements; officers; organization structure (including executive committee); finances; indemnification; dissolution; parliamentary authority; and amendments.
The bylaws of the Lansing Regional Chamber's Political Action Committee cover: name; purposes; membership; board of directors; general officers; meetings; voting; committees; books, records, and finances; amendments to the bylaws; principal office; and dissolution. This document also contains a code of conduct for members of the LRC-PAC board of directors and staff. Sample obtained from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Accreditation Best Practices resource page.