2015-05-21 AGM Agenda/Election

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The election will take place electronically using OpaVote, and you will receive an individual voting email to your registered email address after the AGM.

There are four open trustee slots, and the following members have put themselves forward to be trustees.

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James Hayward
I think that the Hackspace is at a really interesting time in its growth. More and more members are treating the space as a service rather than a club, and this presents us with a number of challenges to overcome; from simply keeping the place clean to ensuring that the right tools are in the space and are easy and safe to use. I think the work that has happened over the last 6-9 months has started us on a track to becoming a much better set up organisation, and I look forward to taking that to the next level.
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Michael Erskine
A paragraph about why you want to be a trustee: I just do, alright? I mean, like, whatever, y'know? Jeez, it's like trying to become a trustee in Nazi Germany or something.
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Adam Froggatt
I've been a member at Nottinghack for around two years, during which time I've seen our space go through a lot of great changes from fancy new tools to lots of new people. Considering the sheer amount I've gotten from the Hackspace in skills, new interests and great friends, I'd love to give some time back. Becoming a Trustee means I can help support Nottinghack to become even better known in our community of Makers and doers, and improve our space for members new and old.

Thanks for reading, I'll see you all at the AGM if not before!