The Governance Committee presented its report
recommending changes in Columbia's governance
structure to the CA Board of Directors at its
October 14, 2004 meeting. To review a copy of
that report along with all of the minutes from
the meetings, citizens proposals and public testimony
and previous reports and analyses see the links
Governance Committee Report 2004 (with all appendices)
Governance Committee Report 2002
Analysis of 2002 Governance Committee Recommendations
A, B and G
CA Board Code of Conduct
The CA Board Code of Conduct outlines a set of
fundamental principles for the members of the
CA board of Directors. Click here to view the
CA Board Code of Conduct.
Amendments to the CA Charter and By-Laws
Download the proposed amendments
to the CA Charter and By-Laws that the CA Board
has discussed in its recent meetings and which
will be further considered at an upcoming Board
meeting. Please refer to Meeting Schedules
and Agendas to find out when proposed amendments
are on the Board agenda. Language proposed to
be deleted has been stricken through and language
that is proposed to be added has been underlined.
There is a "clean" copy of the documents that
incorporates the changes and shows how the document
would read if the changes are made.
Charter & Bylaws of the Columbia Association
Charter Amendments 6-9-2005
Charter Amendments Marked 6-9-2005
Bylaw Amendments 4-19-2005
Bylaw Amendments Marked 4-19-2005
This document establishes the basis for a cooperative
relationship between the Columbia Association
and then 10 community associations in Columbia.
It describes the various roles and responsibilities
of each party, including but not limited to,
covenants, civic activities and operation/maintenance/development
of community facilities and services. Click
here to read more about the cooperative endeavor.
In May 2010, the Columbia Association commissioned a survey by the Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, Inc. of Washington, D.C. The goal of the survey was to obtain data from the Columbia community to identify what they believe are the major issues being faced in the community. The results of this survey would be used to assist CA leaders in identifying where to invest the organization's future time and financial resources. Click here to view Survey Data.
In January 2009, the Columbia Association commissioned
a survey by the Mason-Dixon Polling & Research,
Inc. of Washington, D.C., to measure the use and satisfaction of Columbia residents with the wide variety of programs and services provided by CA. Click here to view Survey
Office Space Study Report
Below are extracts from the report from KLNB
on the office space study for CA's headquarters.
These extracts were approved for release by the
Board on August 11, 2005.
Status of Office Space Study Executive Summary
Section IV: Merriweather Post Pavilion Site
Section V: Financial Analysis of Options
Section VI: Columbia Gateway Land
Download study by The Singer Group, Inc., on
executive compensation for the position of President.
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