AMA Executive Council
Meeting Motions

January 28-29, 2006
Muncie, Indiana

 Conference Call/Mail Votes

The following conference call/mail votes were read into the minutes; NAA Rep. David Ivey and District V VP Tony Stillman did not participate.

Moved and seconded to accept the Executive Director’s job description with the recommended changes. Motion passed unanimously.

Moved and seconded to approve up to $25,000 for the recruitment and hiring of a new Executive Director. Motion passed unanimously.

Moved and seconded that Joyce Hager will assume the duties as Interim Executive Director until such time as a new Executive Director is hired; at which point she will resume her duties as Staff Director. Motion passed unanimously.

Moved and seconded to extend Joyce Hager’s existing contract to a month-to-month basis until a new Executive Director is hired. Motion passed unanimously.

Moved, seconded, and approved by acclamation to change the dates of the April 2006 and October 2006 Executive Council meetings to April 29-30 and October 14-15.

January 28-29, 2006 Executive Council Meeting

NAA Representative David Ivey was not in attendance at the meeting.

Motions approved by acclamation:
• It was moved, seconded, and approved by unanimous acclamation to approve the minutes of the October 15-16, 2005 Executive Council meeting.
• It was moved, seconded, and approved by unanimous acclamation to hold the Official AMA Membership Meeting for 2006 on Thursday, May 18, during the Joe Nall event (time to be announced). In addition, the Official AMA Membership Meeting for 2007 will be held on Saturday January 13 during the AMA Convention in Ontario, California (time 9-10 a.m.).
• It was moved, seconded, and approved by unanimous acclamation to accept the Museum Steering Committee recommendation to award George J. Maloof Memorial Park the Historic Site Designation for the year 2005.
• It was moved, seconded, and approved by unanimous acclamation that M. Smith will hold an exploratory meeting during the Toledo show with the stakeholders (chief manufacturers, hobby-shop dealers, et al.) to discuss the concept of corporate membership between AMA and those entities.
• It was moved, seconded, and approved by unanimous acclamation that the AMA Executive Council task the AMA Frequency Committee with the responsibility to develop some type of identification and/or management system, so that this new technology can be smoothly incorporated into the present system giving express consideration to the concern of persons using the old system when someone with this new system does not appear to participate in the common and previous system of frequency control.