I hope you all had a chance to kick back and relax a bit this holiday season. Today, I wanted to reach out to update everyone on the status of the 2021 Periodic Updates. Over the last couple of weeks, we have sent out over 75 updates via the US Postal Service and email. We’ve already started to receive some response, thank you!
In case you missed it, this year we are starting to move towards bi-annual updates. This year, we ran our report as usual and processed the first half which equates to about half the repeaters we have coordinated. Even though our Policy states now that this needs to be completed every two years, if you were sent a Periodic Update, you do still need to complete and return it. This will help to ensure moving forward that future years are balanced appropriately. If anyone has any questions, we ask you to please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
With that, I hope you all have a wonderful week and look forward to seeing you at our next Membership Meeting on March 20th.
I would like to thank those of you that were able to attend the virtual Membership Meeting a couple weeks ago. At the meeting, we showcased what the Coordination Secretary Committee has been working on over the last few months and how we’re working to ensure every request is handled efficiently as well as how we’re documenting our processes to ensure future members are able to get up to speed as quickly as possible.
Also, if you have any comments or suggestions as we develop an SK Coordination Transfer Policy, we ask that you please email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to take your feedback into account.
One of the initiatives this year has been to clean-up many of the out-of-date coordinations, some of which haven’t been updated since 2013. Besides from the yearly Annual Updates that have been sent out via the mail we’ve also attempted contact via email and unfortunately we’ve only received responses from a handful or past due coordinations.
Today, we sent out 34 letters to Primary Contacts listed on 57 coordinations, notifying them that they have until September 31st, 2020 to respond, otherwise we will begin de-coordinating the associated coordinations.
Below is a list of the pending de-coordinations. We ask that you please take a moment to review and reach out to the club, holder of coordination, or anyone really that can help ensure we keep any active repeaters coordinated. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.