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PDFWAC 200-120-110

Standards for operation—Amendments to ownership agreement.

(1) Any amendments to ownership agreement shall be approved by the board of directors before being submitted to the owners for approval. Each owner shall be notified that one of the purposes of the meeting of the owners is to consider the proposed amendments to the ownership agreement, accompanied by a copy of the proposed amendments. Any amendments to the ownership agreement shall be approved by a majority in interest of the owners, or by a greater vote if provided for in the ownership agreement. Amendment to the ownership agreement shall be approved by the vote of the owners during a regular or special meeting of the owners or by the submission of written mail-in ballots. Voting by proxy shall be permitted in the manner set forth in the ownership agreement. If written mail-in ballots are used, the ballots are to be secured and remain unopened until the next meeting of the board of directors. The opening and counting of the written mail-in ballots shall be conducted by the board of directors during its next meeting and retained in compliance with public records retention laws. Each proxy or written mail-in ballot shall be read orally as to the owner name and vote, either in the affirmative or negative, and recorded in the meeting minutes.
(2) The ownership agreement and subsequent amendments shall be published on the electronic web site of the joint self-insurance program.
(3) The addition or termination of owners or nonowner participants in the joint self-insurance program shall not be considered an amendment to the ownership agreement.
[Statutory Authority: 2011 c 43. WSR 11-23-093, recodified as § 200-120-110, filed 11/17/11, effective 11/17/11. Statutory Authority: Chapter 48.64 RCW, RCW 48.64.015, and 42.64.020. WSR 11-06-001, § 82-70-110, filed 2/16/11, effective 3/19/11.]
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