AMA Executive Council
Meeting Motions

 
 

July 10, 2000
Muncie, Indiana

 

MOTION
Effective immediately for any pylon racing events, judges will be located off the course, 300 feet; anything less will require a special waiver. Starter and assistant starter will still be located in the cages.
The MOTION passed 9 yes (I, II, III, IV, VI, VIII, IX, XI, EVP
MOTION V
Moved by B. Brown (III), seconded by C. Bauer (VI), To amend the conference call motion of May 2000 to read: Effective immediately for any pylon racing events, judges will be located off the course, 300 feet; anything less will require a special waiver. Starter and assistant starter may remain on the course.
The MOTION passed unanimously
Motions of the July 10, 2000 Executive Council Meeting
MOTION I
Moved by B. Brown (III), seconded by R. Miller (IX), To rescind Motion II of the July 8, 1996 Executive Council meeting. (Rescinded motion: D. Krafft (I) moved and C. Bauer (VI) seconded that: 1. Fence off the pond near the by pass as soon as possible. 2. Have PADCOM meet with Greg to determine the final plans. This whole project should be done as soon as possible. An alternative would be to enclose it with temporary fencing.)
The MOTION passed. 10 yes; 
2 no (I, V); 
1 abstain (VII)
MOTION II
Moved by B. Brown (III), seconded by R. Miller (IX), To fence in the north pond in accordance with Indiana state law.
The MOTION passed unanimously.
MOTION III
Moved by R. Hanson (X), seconded by J. McNeill (V), To accept the recommendations of the Scholarship Committee.
The MOTION passed unanimously.
MOTION IV
Moved by C. Foreman (IV), seconded by W. DeCou (II), To accept the following groups as AMA Special Interest Groups: Senior Pattern Association; Vintage Radio Control Society; Model Engine Collectors Association.
The MOTION passed unanimously.
MOTION VI
Moved by W. DeCou (II), seconded by J. McNeill (V), To accept the Safety Committees recommended changes to the Safety Code, as revised, effective January 1, 2001. New Safety code will be posted to AMA’s web site on September 1
The MOTION passed unanimously.