2022 COUNCIL MEETINGS
THE 2022 CHMC AGM was HELD AT SINGLETON ON FRIDAY APRIL 1ST 2022
in conjunction with the 2022 CHMC Annual Rally.
Clubs will receive the Minutes of the meeting from Council's Secretary.
The CHMC's 2022 General Meeting (1/2 Yearly Meeting) will be held on the last Saturday in October, venue and host club to be advised after the AGM.
THE 2021 AGM OF COUNCIL WAS HELD AT TEMORA on APRIL 9TH in conjunction with the 2021 Annual Rally
Delegates, representing Affiliated Clubs from across the length and breadth of NSW, confirmed the actions of the Committee, undertaken on Council's behalf over the preceeding year and during the Covid lockdown, and accepted the Reports of the Executive Committee and the Council's Officers, including those from the CHMC's TfNSW Vehicle Liaison Officer, its Registrar, AHMF Delegate and Webmaster. All CHMC Affiliated Clubs were sent the Minutes and Reports from the 2021 AGM. No General or 1/2 Yearly Meeting was held in 2021 due to Covid restrictions.
CHMC INFORMATION WORKSHOPS AND FORUMS
"VERY PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOP LED BY EXPERIENCED PEOPLE IN THE HOBBY”...."A LOT OF VALUABLE TIPS AND INFORMATION"..."VERY RELEVANT TO OUR CLUBS AND WELL PRESENTED"
If your club would like to host one of the 2022 CHMC Club Workshops, or would like to suggest a topic for future workshops or forums ,please contact the CHMC Secretary Secretary@heritagemotoringcouncil.org.au Council conducts these as face-to-face and online events, as required.
CHMC'S 2021 WORKSHOPS, DESPITE cOVID, WERE VERY SUCCESSFUL
CHMC CLUB GOVERNANCE / HVS & CVS WORKSHOPS
The Workshops covered the latest information for sound club management - covering Constitutions, General Management, Taxation; Effective Communications; and Managing Club Responsibilities for Historic Vehicle Registration and Classic Vehicle Registration, finished with a Q&A Session
Workshops were held at Cowra, Taree and Tamworth and presented by members of the CHMC Committee to representatives from CHMC Clubs and clubs applying for CHMC membership.
As with Council's previous information days the data provided and the discussions generated were invaluable to all clubs present. More workshops were planned for later in 2021, Covid unfortunately thwarted them taking place.
VIRTUAL HVS / CVS REGISTRATION online MEETINGS 2021
As there were many rumors and inaccuracies circulating in the hobby about the operation of the NSW Historic and Classic Vehicle Schemes, such as renewals and new rego.s whilst the State was under Covid Health Orders, CHMC arranged several online meetings in September at which the facts, as advised directly to Council by TfNSW/RMS authorities, were presented.
Discussions covered the appropriate processes for renewing HVS and CVS registrations under the Lockdown Health Orders, and options for clubs seeking to hold vehicle inspection days with local Police cooperation. The information provided by Council's Vehicle Liaison Officer, Peter Wright, provided the club representatives with accurate instructions for their members, concerned about renewals and new registrations during Covid restrictions.
All CHMC club Secretaries were sent the HVS/CVS Registration meetings details, with the result that all online meetings were fully booked.
2020 CHMC MEETINGS Council's 2020 AGM AND Half-Yearly GM were cancelled due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
While we could not meet face-to-face Council's communications to its members were ramped-up to ensure all our clubs were were kept well informed of important matters relating to their historic and classic motoring, all clubs were sent by email or post, and by phone when necessary, and via our bulletin, Dinkum Oil , relevant and vital information
THE 2019 GENERAL MEETING (1/2 YEARLY) OF THE COUNCIL WAS HELD AT NEWCASTLE ON SATURDAY 26TH OCTOBER, 2019
The meeting commenced with a presentation by RMS senior staff on the Log Book Review, HVS vehicle compliance, RMS website updates. Council’s collaborative partnership with the RMS was highlighted with details that CHMC clubs had played a strong role in the Log Book Review process with not only major representation in the online survey but also in the Focus group meetings. (Particularly significant when one considers the distances most of our club's representatives had to travel for those meetings)
Minutes of the General Meeting have been distributed to all CHMC CLUBS. Delegates unanimously supported the Committee's recommendation that $1,000 be donated to the CWA NSW's Disaster Relief Fund for drought aid.