BY-LAW #11 Remuneration
Unless authorized at a general meeting and after notice of the same shall have been given, no officer or executive member ormember of the association shall receive remuneration for his/her service, with the following exceptions:
a. The equipment manager shall be paid a honourarium at the end of the year for each registered player (rate to be set from time to time by the executive).
b. Executive members who attend 80% of all meetings (executive, general and special) shall receive a honourarium (rate to be set from time to time by the general membership) at the end of the year. Attending an entire meeting is required to qualify toward the honourarium.
BY-LAW #21 Revoking or Withdrawing of Association Membership
a. (was b.)Any complaints pertaining to conduct of members must be submitted to the President in writing and signed by the complainant, as per By-law #17. The complaint will then be discussed at the next executive meeting.
b. (was c.)A member accused with contravening the By-Laws or behaviour that demeans the good name of the Leduc and District Minor Football Association shall be compelled to appear before the executive prior to disciplinary action being imposed.
c. (was a.)If after discussion and review the executive determines that an Association member is guilty of contravening the By-Laws or exhibiting behaviours that demean the good name of the Leduc and District Minor Football Association, the executive shall be empowered to suspend or revoke a person’s membership in the Association (expulsion). The Association executive shall be empowered to suspend or revoke a person’s membership, who has been deemed guilty of contravening the By-Laws or exhibiting behaviours that demean the good name of the Leduc and District Minor Football Association.
d. A simple majority vote by the executive is necessary to suspend an Association member or expel him/her from the Association.
e. (was d.)A member may withdraw her/his membership by written request presented to the executive.
BY-LAW #22 Removal from the Executive
a. If an executive member, for whatever reason, decides that he/she cannot fulfill the duties of his/her position, he/she should submit a written letter of resignation to the executive.
b. If it is alleged that an executive member is not adequately fulfilling his/her position, the situation should be discussed and reviewed by the executive. After this review, the executive (by majority vote) can remove a person from and executive position.
c. If an executive member has had their Association membership suspended or revoked under Bylaw #21, he/she is also deemed to have been removed from his/her executive position (cf. By-law #6a).
d. If an executive position is vacated between Annual General Meetings, the executive can elect another member of the Association to complete the term.