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I recently submitted three Motions for our upcoming AGM hoping to sensibly correct some issues the current committee of rusted-on members see no issue with. I was surprised when the meeting motions and other paper work arrived in the post included a 2 page letter stating the committee advised against voting in favor of all 3 of my motions. Their reasons given were disputable and/or factually incorrect. I feel this has potential to unduly influence owners who respond in advance by postal vote before I can speak to the motions on the day (29 June). I’d be interested in suggestions on if or how I might seek to re-balance this perceived bias. I am in Queensland.
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