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Mosquito Spraying

Started Oct 10, 2017 0 Replies

In response to a large hatch of mosquitoes from the recent tropical system impacting Palm Beach County, Mosquito Control will conduct aerial spraying tonight, Tuesday October 10, 2017 beginning at…Continue

Does Anyone Have Any Questions?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angie Thul May 11. 59 Replies

Good day, If anyone has a bee related question please place that question here in comments or reply. We have some awesome beekeepers that are very happy to answer. Please remember that the…Continue

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2017 Swarm Box Locations

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Proposed Changes to Constitution and By-Laws

Started this discussion. Last reply by Susan Lerner Apr 13, 2015. 1 Reply

We are required to obtain a two-thirds vote of the current paid membership to ammend our Constitution and By-Laws.   To make it easy, PBCBA has setup a few different methods to cast your vote.   We…Continue

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At 11:06am on April 25, 2015,
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Gregg & Jan Comos
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I vote in favor to "amend the Constitution to both (1) disaffiliate with FSBA, thereby eliminating the payment of $15 per member to FSBA; and, (2) increase the 2015 PBCBA membership dues to $20 per year.   PBCBA will continue our association with FSBA, but not be an affiliate of FSBA."

At 8:29pm on April 14, 2015,
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I vote to: "On April 8, 2015, PBCBA unanimously approved a motion to amend the Constitution to both (1) disaffiliate with FSBA, thereby eliminating the payment of $15 per member to FSBA; and, (2) increase the 2015 PBCBA membership dues to $20 per year.   PBCBA will continue our association with FSBA, but not be an affiliate of FSBA.  Since we have retained the $15 payment per member, and notified FSBA of same, the effect will be retroactive to the beginning of the 2015 calendar year, and no additional money will need to be paid to PBCBA."

At 3:51pm on April 13, 2015,
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Luis Miguel votes to support Sierra's vote. We and the Bees are thankful for all of our PBCBA leaders efforts and leadership.
 
 
 

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