Governance

The Association is a not-for-profit corporation incorporated in 1970 under the NS Societies Act. It is governed by Association By-laws approved by its members. An elected Board of Directors governs the affairs of the Association and supervises, controls, and directs all its activities. The Board actively pursues the mission and goals of the Association and may adopt rules and regulations for the conduct of business. The AMA Board of Directors reports to the general membership on its activities at its Annual General Meeting in the Fall of each year. In addition the Board provides regular updates at regional meetings and on its website.
 
The Board of Directors consists of the executive officers, ten regional directors, a representative from the Board of the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities and a student representative from Dalhousie’s School of Public Administration.


The AMA has a number of committees which report to the AMA Board. Committees are made up of members in accordance with the Associations Committee Selection Policy.

 

 

 

Important Notice

Proposed Changes to AMA Membership Structure - September 10, 2013

Memo to Members Re: Change to Membership Structure

Proposed Membership Definitions