One of the most unlikely stories of 2016 was the reunion of Axl Rose and Slash, followed by the subsequent “Not In This Lifetime” Guns N’ Roses tour, which, despite all odds, was very well received by fans across the country. It looks as though the GNR crew will keep things going into 2017, as the band has released a video titled “#GnFnR2017… The Machine Is Back At It”.The short clip is set to “Mr. Brownstone,” highlighted with footage from Guns N’ Roses’ 2016 tour. With a hashtag like #GnFnR2017, it’s almost certain that the band is gearing up for a major 2017 tour announcement in the coming days. According to sources, billboards have already started appearing in cities that were skipped in 2016, including Montreal.Watch the teaser video below.
This is placeholder text continue reading » This post is currently collecting data… A few weeks ago, we blogged about holding virtual meetings into 2021 and the limitations of guidance issued by NCUA back in March 2020 with regard to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Many federal credit unions (FCUs) have asked about holding virtual meetings next year, and whether NCUA has provided any flexibility for the requirement that at least one meeting of a FCU’s board be held in person.Specifically, while the March guidance allowed FCUs to adopt a bylaw provision that would allow the annual in person meeting to be held virtually under certain emergency situations, four requirements must be met for that amendment to be permissible to use. One of these requirements was that “NCUA has issued general or specific guidance notifying the credit union that it is appropriate to invoke this bylaw provision.” However, NCUA had only indicated the agency thought this was appropriate though December 31, 2020. FCUs that usually hold their annual meetings in the early parts of 2021 were already thinking ahead to how to conduct these meetings safely, especially since the FCU bylaws require that members be provided notice at least 30 but no more than 75 days’ before the meeting.Meanwhile, the FCU bylaws require that at least one board meeting be held in person, although if a quorum is present, the remaining board members can participate by audio or video teleconference. Given the continued spread of COVID-19 in many communities, many FCUs continued to have concerns about holding these meetings in person. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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