The PTUA Annual General Meeting is on Thursday 30th of October at 6:30pm at Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane.
Our guest speaker for this year’s AGM is Channel 7 state political reporter Brendan Donohoe, who will provide his insights into state politics, the media, and the transport debate.
Brendan has covered state politics since the late-1970s, and is head of the Victorian Parliamentary Press Gallery. He has been with Channel 7 since 1990. Channel 7 news is frequently Melbourne’s top-rating television news service, with over 400,000 viewers per weeknight, and often interviews the PTUA on transport-related stories.
The AGM is also the opportunity for members to discuss transport-related concerns with the PTUA committee, and to see what the PTUA has been doing for the past 12 months.
We also have some important decisions for members — apart from electing a new committee for 2008-2009, there are a number of constitutional amendments being proposed, in response to concerns about “stacking” raised at last year’s AGM.
Full details of the AGM, including the proposed amendments, are in the AGM flyer, which members can view online here.