Rules of the Living Tikkurila Association
1 § Name and domicile of the association
The name of the association is Living Tikkurila and it is based in Vantaa.
Section 2 Purpose and quality of operation
The purpose of the association is to strengthen the commercial attractiveness of Vantaa's Tikkurila, increase the vitality of the area and customer traffic in the Tikkurila area, and to strengthen the positive image of the area as a shopping, service and visitor area. In order to accomplish its purpose, the association: - Invites Tikkurila's businesses, property owners and other developers to develop the center - Idea, coordinates, executes events and rallies and creates a network of different benefactors. - Operates as a core in the financing of Tikkurila's development activities. - Ideas and coordinates communication with Tikkurila and creates a positive and an attractive area image. - Idealize and facilitate the emergence of new functions and services in Tikkurila. - Point out Tikkurila's problems and find solutions to them. - Makes presentations and initiatives taking into account the views of various stakeholders such as city, entrepreneurs, property owners and residents. In order to support its operations, the association may, after obtaining the permission of the relevant authority: • arranging fundraiser and lotteries • arranging vendors • accepting donations, wills and grants • owning the necessary movable and immovable assets for its activities • engage in the licensed activities in the event they organize. The purpose of the association is not to gain profits or to generate any other immediate economic gain for the members of the association and the association's activities should not be primarily economical. The association is party-political unbound.
Section 3 members of the association
Entrepreneurs, legal entities, property owners, real estate companies, registered clubs and organizations, as well as the City of Vantaa, can be approved as members of the association. The association may also include members of private individuals and legal entities who wish to support the association's activities. The Board of Directors of the Association accepts the actual members and support members.
Section 4 of the Government
The association is run by a board of directors with a chairman elected in the autumn meeting and at least two (2) and ten (10) other ordinary members and one to three (1-3) alternates. Two members of the Board of Directors are representatives of the City of Vantaa. The term of office of the Board of Directors is a calendar year. The members of the Board of Directors are elected for a term of office at a time. The Board of Directors elects a vice-chairman from among its members, and includes secretaries, treasurer and other staff members from among themselves or from outside. The Board of Directors meets with the Chairperson or his / her guard when convened by the Deputy Chairman when they consider it to be necessary or when at least two (2) Board members so request, but at least four times a year. The board has a quorum when at least half of its members, including the chairman and vice chairman, are present. Voting is solved by a simple majority vote. Voting is equally resolved by the chairman's vote, but the election is a draw.
The Board of Directors may set up working groups (Teams) whose activities are supervised by the association. In addition to the members of the Board, external experts can be invited to the working groups. The association may have an executive who executes the decisions of the board and is responsible for the operational activities of the association.
Section 5 Resignation and dismissal of a member
A member has the right to resign from the association by giving a written notice to the board or its chairman, or by announcing a separation at a meeting of the association for a significant record. The government can separate a member If the member has failed to pay any outstanding dues or otherwise fails to fulfill the obligations that he or she has committed to the association or who has seriously damaged the association within or outside the association or no longer fulfills the terms of membership of the law or association rules. When separating a member or boarding him / her by separating the membership fee and the membership fees already paid are not refunded.
Section 6 Membership and Membership Fee
The size of the membership fee and the annual membership fee to be paid by the actual members and members will be decided separately for each member group by the autumn meeting.
Section 7 Writing the name of the association
The name of the association is written by the chairman, vice-chairman and secretary of the association, together with the two together, and the members of the board of directors who are appointed by the board either alone or together.
Section 8 Accounting period and auditing
The financial year of the association is one (1) year from 1 January to 31 December. In the autumn meeting, one (1) auditor and one (1) deputy auditor will be required to supervise the operations of the Board of Directors. The financial statements with the necessary documents and the annual report of the Board of Directors must be submitted to the auditors no later than three weeks before the spring meeting. The auditor must give written statements no later than two weeks before the spring meeting to the Board of Directors.
Section 9 Meetings of the Association
Regular meetings of the association will be held by the end of April (spring meeting) and an autumn meeting in September. An extra meeting shall be held when the Association so decides or when the Board considers this to be the case or when at least a tenth (1/10) of the members entitled to vote in the Association requires it in writing for the matter specifically notified to it by the Board. The meeting shall be held within thirty (30) days of the submission of the request to the Board of Directors. Each member of the association has one vote to vote among each member. The support member has attendance and speaking right at the meeting, but no voting rights. The decision of the association meeting shall be unless the rules provide for an opinion that has been supported by more than half of the votes cast. Voting is solved by a simple majority vote. Voting is equally resolved by the chairman's vote, but in the election, however, the lottery.
Section 10 Regular Meetings (spring and autumn meetings)
In the spring meeting of the association, the following issues are discussed: 1. opening of the meeting, 2. organizing the meeting a. Selecting the chairman of the meeting, secretary, two protocols and, if necessary, two counters, b. Finding the participants, 3. establishing the legality and quorum of the meeting; Presenting the financial statements, the report of the Board of Directors and the auditor's statement, 6. deciding on the approval of the financial statements and discharge to the Board of Directors and other accountable persons, 7. discussing the other matters cited in the meeting.
The meeting of the association will discuss the following issues: 1. opening of the meeting, 2. organizing the meeting a. Selecting the chairman of the meeting, secretary, two protocols and, if necessary, two counters, b. Finding the participants, 3. establishing the legality and quorum of the meeting; The number of members and deputy members of the Board of Directors shall be determined, 7. the chairman and other members shall be elected, 8. the auditor and his deputy auditor shall be elected, 9. the other matters referred to in the meeting.
If a member of the association wishes to have a case heard at the actual meeting of the association, he or she must inform the board in writing in good time that the matter may be included in the notice of the meeting.
Section 11 convening the association meetings
The board must convene meetings of the association at least two weeks prior to the meeting, by mail to the members or by e-mail to the member's email address.
Section 12 Changing rules and untying the association
The decision to change the rules and untie the association must be made by a majority of at least two-thirds (2/3) of the votes cast by the association meeting. The notice of the meeting must mention the modification of the rules or the dissolution of the association. When the association is dissolved, the association's assets are used to promote the purpose of the association as determined by the Disappearing Meeting. When the association is closed, its assets are used for the same purpose.