AIA News

January 21, 2015

An Announcement from the AIA concerning the St. Louis Society

The Council of the AIA met on Saturday, January 10 in New Orleans for its regular annual meeting.  During the meeting it held a hearing “…to consider the AIA’s response to AIA−St. Louis Society’s recent commercial transactions.”  At the conclusion of the hearing a motion was made and approved.  The motion reads as follows:

“Moved, in accordance with Article III.3 of AIA Regulations, St. Louis Society charter be revoked as of February 1, 2015, unless 100% of the current members of the Board of Directors of St. Louis Society be replaced by that date.”

On Tuesday, January 13, the members of the St. Louis Society held an extraordinary meeting.  It has been reported to the AIA that, at the conclusion of their deliberations a majority of the members of the St. Louis Society voted not to elect a new board notwithstanding the Council resolution.

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