CTM elections will be held during the first 11 days of December!
It is now time to offer nominations for the elected positions.
Anyone can be nominated, by anyone! But, to run for office and to vote, you must be a member of CTM. Being a CTM Officer or serving on the Routes Committee is a great way to get involved with the climbing community here in Central Texas.
Each nominee will be asked to provide a “Candidate Statement”. The Candidate Statement will be provided to CTM members who will be voting in the election.
Nominations are now open and will close on November 25. Voting will begin December 1 and continue until December 11. Eligible CTM Members will be sent a link to vote via email. Results of the election will be announced at the annual CTM meeting/party on December 12.
All positions that are open for nominations are:
President: Duties include; Provides the direction of the club, point of contact for government officials, MC of meetings and public events.
Access Coordinator: Duties include; interaction with government and private landowner officials to develop additional climbing areas.
Treasurer: Duties include; managing all financial issues of the organization, including deposits and expenditures, membership and T-shirt tracking.
Secretary: Duties include; recording meeting minutes, management of website, official record keeper.
Events Coordinator: Duties include; coordinating the annual Limestoner event by arranging sponsors and volunteers, coordinating other events for volunteer activities and , posting about events on user groups and Facebook, fielding questions from people through the CTM website, and promoting CTM and its events while out in the climbing community.
Routes Committee Member (Five positions): Responsible for all routes in Barton Creek and Reimers, and any future climbing areas that CTM may develop; New route application review and approval or disapproval; Retro application review and approval or disapproval; Repair, rebolting and maintenance of existing routes; Developing and maintaining a hardware replacement methodology that best serves the community and the geology; Keeping a record of all route maintenance, including details on what hardware was replaced, how it was replaced, and when it was replaced.
If you’re interested in serving, or know someone who would be a good addition to CTM, please nominate!
A valid nomination includes these things:
1. Name of person nominated
2. Title of CTM position being sought
3. Email address of nominated person (We will contact all those nominated to ensure that they are interested in running.)
Nominations are now open and will close on November 25
Send your nominations to Jason Mann at Jasonpmann@hotmail.com