NCSITE NEXT

ITE’s membership campaign to add 500 new, fully paid ITE members extends from March 15th to July 21st. There are two contests as a part of this campaign: one at the Section level; and one at the individual level. Contest details are below: Section Contest • The three Sections with the largest percentage increase in…

So, you have held a WILDLY successful NCSITE event and everyone is on their way home. So what do you do now to wrap everything up and, most importantly, get paid back for your expenses:   Prior to your event, the Operations Chair should have provided you a registration list from NCSITE.org.  Use your sign-in…

…or “How to Post to the Involver blog on NCSite.org” If you are a current NCSITE officer or aspire to be one in the future, one of the new responsibilities (and we will make sure to add it the Operations Manual next year) for NCSITE leaders is to occasionally post articles to this Involver Blog on ncsite.org. Before…

In the last month, the NCSITE Board has approved the formation of two new groups of interest: Bicycle & Pedestrian Users Group – Lead : Evan Brigham This group will discuss and cover issues related to non-motorized transportation alternatives.  The intent is to hold two to three meetings or forums annually, and support two group…

November 10, 2015   Last month, the NCSITE Board presented a number of amendments to the Bylaws for consideration and approval by the Members of the Section.  Voting ended Monday, November 9th and, as the table shows below, the changes were approved by a large margin of voter even though only a slight majority of Members cast their…

It is getting to the time of the year where NCSITE is busy on all fronts.  With that, please be aware on the following items and look for further communication on each subject. Bylaw Amendments:  The Board has approved a number of amendments to the NCSITE Bylaws for consideration and approval by the Members and…

In reviewing the Operations Manual, the NCSITE Board of Directors is considering reorganizing the leadership structure for the Section.  The effort is aimed at better distributing the duties among the officers, providing more clarity in leadership, expanding leadership opportunities for affiliates, and reducing overall lengths of service. The proposed reorganization is shown below. The key changes…