Policy & Bylaws

WCTU Policy Statements - Introduction

Policy Statements of the Washington Council of Trout Unlimited, as authorized by the Executive Board and Delegate Body, express the rules and procedures for the day to day operation of the Council, its Chapters and Members.

The Policy Statements are an expansion of the Bylaws of the Washington Council; carry the same requirement for responsible action and are issued to standardize, guide and coordinate the activities of the Washington Council and its members.

While amendments to Bylaws may only be made at the Council's Annual Meeting in September of each year, Policy Statements may be amended at any regular or special meeting of the Executive Board.

Proposed amendments to Policy Statements shall be submitted to the Council Secretary for presentation at the following Executive Board meeting by the President for consideration and action.

Proposed amendments or changes to the Bylaws may be submitted by any officer, member or the Executive Board at any meeting of the Executive Board or Delegate Body and shall be referred to the Bylaws Committee for presentation at the Annual meeting of the Delegate Body for action.

Click here to download a PDF of the WTCU Policy Statements and Bylaws.



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