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2022 AGM Ballot Results

Thanks for participating in the 2022 AGM voting! A record 189 members voted- 51% of the MBR membership. Here are the results of the ballot and the informational broadband survey:

Election Results for 2022 Mount Baker Rim Community Club AGM Ballot 189 of 371 ballots cast.

Option: Approval of 2021 AGM Minutes ************************************** Yes - I approve the 2021 AGM Minutes: 141 votes (97.2%) No - I reject the 2021 AGM Minutes: 4 votes (2.8%)

Yes - I approve the 2021 AGM Minutes wins with 97.2% of the vote. Votes tallied: 145 Abstentions: 44

Option: Approval of the 2021 Financials ***************************************** Yes - I approve the 2021 Financials as presented: 147 votes (96.1%) No - I reject the 2021 Financials as presented: 6 votes (3.9%)

Yes - I approve the 2021 Financials as presented wins with 96.1% of the vote. Votes tallied: 153 Abstentions: 36

Option: Approval of the 2023 Operating Budget and the Capital Reserve Funding Plan ************************************************************************************ Yes - I approve the 2023 Operating Budget and the Capital Reserve Funding Plan: 148 votes (91.9%) No - I reject the 2023 Operating Budget and the Capital Reserve Funding Plan: 13 votes (8.1%)

Yes - I approve the 2023 Operating Budget and the Capital Reserve Funding Plan wins with 91.9% of the vote. Votes tallied: 161 Abstentions: 28

Option: Approval to Waive the 2021 MBRCC Financial Statement Audit ******************************************************************** Yes - I approve the proposal to waive the 2021 Mount Baker Rim Community Club financial statement audit: 142 votes (87.7%) No - I reject the proposal to waive the 2021 Mount Baker Rim Community Club financial statement audit: 20 votes (12.3%)

Yes - I approve the proposal to waive the 2021 Mount Baker Rim Community Club financial statement audit wins with 87.7% of the vote. Votes tallied: 162 Abstentions: 27

Option: Bylaw Amendment Approval of Article VI (Directors), Section 1 *********************************************************************** Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article VI Section 1: 158 votes (92.4%) No - I reject the proposed changes to Article VI Section 1: 13 votes (7.6%)

Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article VI Section 1 wins with 92.4% of the vote. Votes tallied: 171 Abstentions: 18

Option: Bylaw Amendment Approval of Article IV (Directors), Section 4 *********************************************************************** Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article IV, Section 4: 151 votes (91.0%) No - I reject the the proposed changes to Article IV, Section 4: 15 votes (9.0%)

Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article IV, Section 4 wins with 91.0% of the vote. Votes tallied: 166 Abstentions: 23

Option: Bylaw Amendment Approval of Article XIV (General Regulations), Section 4 ********************************************************************************** Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article XIV Section 4: 154 votes (89.5%) No - I reject the proposed changes to Article XIV Section 4: 18 votes (10.5%)

Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article XIV Section 4 wins with 89.5% of the vote. Votes tallied: 172 Abstentions: 17

Option: Bylaw Amendment Approval of Article XIII (Amending or Repealing Bylaws) ********************************************************************************* Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article XIII: 120 votes (69.8%) No - I reject the proposed changes to Article XIII: 52 votes (30.2%)

Yes - I approve the proposed changes to Article XIII wins with 69.8% of the vote. Votes tallied: 172 Abstentions: 17

Option: Bylaw Amendment Removal of Article XIV, Section 9 A. (2) ****************************************************************** Yes - I approve the removal of Article XIV, Section 9 A. (2): 47 votes (27.5%) No - I reject the removal of Article XIV, Section 9 A. (2): 124 votes (72.5%)

No - I reject the removal of Article XIV, Section 9 A. (2) wins with 72.5% of the vote. Votes tallied: 171 Abstentions: 18

Candidate: 2022-23 Open Board of Director Seats (1) ************************************************** Brad Roberts: 115 votes (100.0%)

Brad Roberts wins with 100.0% of the vote. Votes tallied: 115 Abstentions: 74

Supplemental Broadband Survey

Option: Broadband Survey- Are you currently a Broadband customer? ******************************************************************* Yes : 143 votes (77.7%) No: 41 votes (22.3%)

Yes wins with 77.7% of the vote. Votes tallied: 184 Abstentions: 5 Option: Broadband Survey- if you are a Broadband customer, who is your carrier? ********************************************************************************* Ziply: 136 votes (86.1%) Starlink: 18 votes (11.4%) Hughesnet: 3 votes (1.9%) Wildblue: 0 votes (0%) Other: 1 vote (0.6%)

Ziply, Starlink, Hughesnet, Other, and Wildblue win with 86.1%, 11.4%, 1.9%, 0.6%, and 0% of the vote each. Votes tallied: 158 Abstentions: 41 Option: Broadbandy Survey- Are you currently a Ziply landline customer? ************************************************************************* Yes: 129 votes (75.4%) No, but am interested in getting a Ziply landline. (Currently, Ziply is oversubscribed with a waitlist for new service.): 15 votes (8.8%) No, and not interested in acquiring a landline: 27 votes (15.8%)

Yes wins with 75.4% of the vote. Votes tallied: 171 Abstentions: 18 Option: Broadband Survey- Pick one of the following four statements that best matches your situation ****************************************************************************************************** I am currently a full-time resident at MBR.: 31 votes (19.4%) I use my home at MBR as a second home (i.e., I live full-time elsewhere) and typically do not rent.: 102 votes (63.8%) I rent my MBR home on a short-term basis (e.g., AirBnB/FRBO). Note: if you both rent and use your home as a second home, please select this option.: 27 votes (16.9%) I rent my MBR home on a long-term basis (e.g., lease is for a minimum of one year duration).: 0 votes (0%)

I use my home at MBR as a second home (i.e., I live full-time elsewhere) and typically do not rent. wins with 63.8% of the vote. Votes tallied: 160 Abstentions: 29 Option: Broadband Survey- if you are a FULL-TIME RESIDENT at MBR, do you use broadband/internet for (please pick all the below options that apply) **************************************************************************************************************************************************** Work: 42 votes (21.6%) Entertainment: 55 votes (28.4%) Security (e.g., home security system): 21 votes (10.8%) Study or homework: 22 votes (11.3%) Email/communication: 54 votes (27.8%)

Entertainment, Email/communication, Work, Study or homework, and Security (e.g., home security system) win with 28.4%, 27.8%, 21.6%, 11.3%, and 10.8% of the vote each. Votes tallied: 194 Abstentions: 129 Option: Broadband Survey- Would you be willing to pay $100 per month for 1gb fiber broadband into MBR? ******************************************************************************************************** Yes : 99 votes (60.0%) No: 66 votes (40.0%)

Yes wins with 60.0% of the vote. Votes tallied: 165 Abstentions: 24


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