• As of January 1, 2018 The brand new logo that was created and released in 2017 will be the only official logo in affect and allowed to be used on any electronic media however, any such media like truck wraps, stationary, and postcards will be grandfathered in. Contributing Members will be allowed to use the UAMCC logo in any advertising. Permission to use the logo otherwise must be in writing. Logos used in electronic formats (ie: Websites, forums, etc.) must be linked back to the member’s profile in the UAMCC directory. Contributing Members are members that are paid and current with their dues. Please contact info@uamcc.org with any questions.

Request of financials

Jamie Schmidt

New member
As Treasurer I am now forming a committee to Audit ALL finances up to my taking this position. Reason: to protect the Office and Myself and to be sertain that all financal decisions were handled based on the law and best practices.

William Davis

New member
If anything he should have been directed to the CPA not removed for asking a question that clearly pertains to his duty and authority.

Section 5. Officer Duties.

a) The President shall be the principal elected officer of the organization, shall preside at all meetings, and shall be a member ex-officio, with the right to vote in case of a tie, of all committees except the Nominating Committee. The president shall act to defuse any circumstances that affect the image of the UAMCC. The President and all committee chairpersons shall run all meetings according to the current Roberts Rule of Order. The President shall be responsible for evaluating the performance of the Executive Director of the association and facilitating communication between the Executive Director, and the Board of Directors, and the membership of the association.

b) The Vice President – shall preside in the absence of the President. In the event of the President’s inability to remain in office for any reason, the Vice President shall exercise all of the President’s authority and duties for the unexpired portion of the President’s term.

c) The Treasurer shall keep an account of all monies and work in unison with the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) that is under contract to provide monthly/quarterly and yearly financial reporting to the UAMCC and its members. The Treasurer shall make a report at the annual meeting or when called upon by the President or from a majority vote by the Oversight Committee. Treasure duties will remain at the level of the Board of Directors of the UAMCC. Any changes and/or delegation of treasury duties beyond what is described as reasonable accounting responsibilities, per the UAMCC CPA shall be considered and recommendations set forth to the general membership by the UAMCC Oversight Committee. The Treasurer shall serve as chairman of the Finance Committee.

d) The Secretary shall give notice of and attend all meetings of the association, make and keep a record of all proceedings and attest documents. Notice of meeting can be announced via email, UAMCC BBS, telephone, e-newsletter or regular mail and/or a combination thereof.

William Davis

New member

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Barclays Official California Code of Regulations CurrentnessTitle 11. LawDivision 1. Attorney GeneralChapter 15. Attorney General Regulations Regarding Administrative Enforcement of the Supervision of Trustees and Fundraisers for Charitable Purposes Act

11 CCR § 999.9.3
§ 999.9.3. Disclosure and Restrictions on Use of Charitable Assets After Suspension or Revocation of Registration.

(a) Within 30 days of the revocation of a registration, the registrant shall provide an accounting of all charitable assets within the registrant's possession, custody or control for 180 days prior to the effective date of the order, unless the Attorney General specifies a different period of time in the order. The Attorney General may require the registrant to provide an accounting of all charitable assets received, held or distributed by the registrant for a period of up to 10 years before the effective date of the suspension or revocation.

(b) A registrant that has been suspended or revoked may not distribute or expend any charitable assets or assets subject to a charitable trust without the written approval of the Attorney General. Members of the board of directors or any person directly involved in distributing or expending charitable assets may be held personally liable in a civil action brought by the Attorney General for any charitable assets or assets subject to a charitable trust that are distributed or expended in violation of this regulation.

(c) The Attorney General may direct a registrant whose registration has been suspended or revoked to distribute some or all of its charitable assets or assets subject to a charitable trust to another charitable organization or into a blocked bank account.

Note: Authority cited: Sections 12581, 12584, 12585, 12586, 12587, 12598, 12599, 12599.1, 12599.2 and 12599.7, Government Code. Reference: Sections 11400 et seq., 11500 et seq. and 12596, Government Code.

1. New section filed 10-27-2015; operative 1-1-2016 (Register 2015, No. 44).

This database is current through 11/30/18 Register 2018, No. 48

11 CCR § 999.9.3, 11 CA ADC § 999.9.3
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