ByLaws

BYLAWS (CONSTITUTION) OF THE MICCOSUKEE LAND CO-OP, INC. Amended May 2016 PREAMBLE: We, the members of the Miccosukee Land Co-op, in order to form a cooperative community in harmony with nature, hereby adopt and establish the following Bylaws. ARTICLE I: NAME The name of the corporation shall be the Miccosukee Land Co-op, Inc. ARTICLE II: SOVEREIGNTY OF THE MEMBERSHIP In all cases, the membership shall be sovereign. The membership shall have veto power over any decision of the Council and shall have the power to recall any officer of the corporation. ARTICLE III: MEMBERSHIP Membership in the corporation shall consist of those persons holding title to, or who will acquire title to by contract for deed, any property transferred by Miccosukee Land, Inc. or Cooperative Land, Inc. ARTICLE IV: VOTING Members shall have one vote each on all questions requiring the consent of the membership. The number of members voting on any issue presented to the membership shall be limited to six votes per acre represented. Unless otherwise specified in these bylaws, the articles of incorporation, or the covenants and restrictions of the Miccosukee Land Co-op, a majority of the members must vote and a majority of those voting shall ...
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Covenants and Restrictions

MICCOSUUKEE LAND COOPERATIVE COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS . . . it’s centered on an earnest search for new forms of sharing and community, a deep desire to preserve the ecology of the land, and a new attempt to return to the people primary control of determining the quality of their lives. Jeff Van Pelt (speaking to prospective co-opers, 1972) There is a need for intimate human relationships, for the security of settled home and associations, for spiritual unity, and for orderly transmission of the basic cultural inheritance. These the small community at its best can supply. Whoever keeps the small community alive and at its best . . . , whoever clarifies, refines, and strengthens the vision of the small community, may have more to do with the final emergence of a great society than those who dominate big industry and big government. Preface to the St. Johnsbury, VT, Town Plan ARTICLE I - DEFINITIONS Section 1. Definitions. The following words when used in this Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions or any supplemental declaration of covenants and restrictions have the following meanings: (a) “Land” means all such existing property and additions thereto as are subject to this Declaration or any supplemental ...
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