TCAOR Committees
530-529-0430
Executive Committee: The Executive Committee may make time sensitive operating decisions requiring action that should not await attention at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors, providing the action is consistent with the Association’s policies, governing documents and budget. Budget & Long Range Committee: Reviews and recommends ways to maintain the financial stability for the Association. Approves the annual budget. Recommends funding, changes, or policies in order for the Association to meet anticipated needs for the future. Meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month @ 1:30 to review monthly financial statements and compare YTD expenses to the Annual Budget. The committee coordinates the planning and budgeting activities of the Association. It is responsible for setting the long term direction for the association by identifying critical issues of importance to REALTORS® based on an analysis of member needs and driving forces affecting the evolution of the real estate market and brokerage industry. The committee also works to ensure the financial viability of the Association. It reviews financial statements, recommends policy changes and reviews and approves proposed expenditures recommended by other committees that are not part of the current budget. It is responsible for developing the annual program objectives and budget which is then presented to the Board of Directors for their approval. Committee members serve staggered three-year terms.

Bylaws Committee:

The function of the Committee will be to conducts, review and submit on a 2-year basis the Association’s bylaws to NAR. Committee members work in conjunction with the Association attorney to obtain NAR’s approval.

Education & Membership Committee:

Oversees New Member Orientation. Recommends and coordinates all seminars offered to the membership, keep members informed of all education requirements. Informing Membership of the laws and changes related to our business and standards of practice. Reports monthly to the Board of Directors with written and/or oral report.

Governmental Affairs Committee:

The Tehama Association of REALTORS® advocates for the interests of its members and their clients, both at the government level and at the local community level. The Governmental Affairs Community covers three important aspect of our business; Legislative, Local Government, and Public Affairs. The purpose of the Community Relations committee is to monitor legal issues for homeowners and REALTORS®, with knowledge of current and proposed legislation affecting the real estate industry. Develops and promote projects that enhance the image of the REALTOR® organization, individual members, and the community it serves as well as annual projects to and for our community. Keeps the Board of Directors informed of legislative information affecting the real estate Industry and private property rights Disseminate legislative information affecting the real estate industry and private property rights. Educate members on legislative activity and the importance of political awareness. Encourage members to take an active interest in the political affairs. Monitor government action on all levels and works with our Public Relations Committee to: Increase relationships with the press and radio in the Red Bluff area. Participate in community activities and civic efforts to protect and promote real property ownership. Encourage all members to participate in community affairs and publicize their efforts

Grievance Committee:

A standing committee of the Tehama County Association of Realtors® under Article XII, Section I of the Bylaws. Serve as an investigative and screening committee. Refer valid ethical complaints and requests for arbitration to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing and determination, including possible disciplinary action. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AUTHORITY: A standing committee of the Tehama Association of Realtors® under Article XIL Section I of the Bylaws. PURPOSE: This Committee is to serve as a self-enforcement vehicle to educate members about ethical conduct among Board Members and the public in accordance with the Realtors® Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, and to follow through on complaints about the ethical conduct of Realtors® from other Realtors® and the public.

MLS Committee:

The mission of the committee is to work to assure that REALTORS® remain the primary provider of information about real estate. To that end, the Committee: a) Promotes and adopts Model MLS Rules and policies that comply with legal requirements and N.A.R. and C.A.R. policies. Reviews MLS rules and recommends prudent changes to the Board of Directors (BOD). b) Facilitates the exchange of information to members of TCAOR and other local Associations of REALTOR®-OWNED MLSs/Regions and disseminates information regarding legal developments which impact the MLS. c) Holds MLS Committee meetings monthly, addresses new membership, reviews inquires and complaints from members relating to the MLS and makes recommendations to the BOD as necessary to answer and/or resolve the issues.

Public Relations & Scholarship Committee:

A standing committee of the Tehama Association of Realtors® under Article XI1 Section I of the Bylaws. Committees and Taskforces consist of volunteer members. Chairs are nominated by the President and Co-Chairs are nominated by the President Elect. All committees or taskforces roster are approved by the Board of Directors. The Association Executive carefully considers issues within their scope of responsibility and work to achieve the goals of the business plan. Committees recommend policies and action plans to the Board for approval. The function of the Committee will be limited to writing articles and press releases for publication in local print media and on the TCAOR web site. Articles will focus on general real estate information for consumers, important real estate related news items and TCAOR press releases.

Social Committee:

Annually chooses a non profit to receive the proceeds of the silent auction from the Tehama County Association of Realtors annual Gala. 2019 Empower Tehama
By-Laws
Steve Mandolfo
Preferred Agents
530-200-7180
Budgest & Long Range
Barbara Dancel
River City Realty
530-953-7675
Education / Membership
Dave Lapierre
Coldwell Banker C&C
530-515-9495
Governmental Affairs
Nikki Rodriguez
California Outdoor Properties
530-921-6540
Grievance
Lisa Harris
Summit Mortgage
530-200-1886
MLS
Stephanie Dodero
RE/MAX Top Properties
530-736-6420
Public Relations / Scholarship
Kam LaLaguna
Round Up Realty
530-200-4632
Contact Our Committees
530-529-0430
Address: 956 Walnut St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
TCAOR Committees
Executive Committee: The Executive Committee may make time sensitive operating decisions requiring action that should not await attention at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors, providing the action is consistent with the Association’s policies, governing documents and budget Budget & Long Range Committee: Reviews and recommends ways to maintain the financial stability for the Association. Approves the annual budget. Recommends funding, changes, or policies in order for the Association to meet anticipated needs for the future. Meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month @ 1:30 to review monthly financial statements and compare YTD expenses to the Annual Budget. The committee coordinates the planning and budgeting activities of the Association. It is responsible for setting the long term direction for the association by identifying critical issues of importance to REALTORS® based on an analysis of member needs and driving forces affecting the evolution of the real estate market and brokerage industry. The committee also works to ensure the financial viability of the Association. It reviews financial statements, recommends policy changes and reviews and approves proposed expenditures recommended by other committees that are not part of the current budget. It is responsible for developing the annual program objectives and budget which is then presented to the Board of Directors for their approval. Committee members serve staggered three-year terms.

Bylaws Committee:

The function of the Committee will be to conducts, review and submit on a 2-year basis the Association’s bylaws to NAR. Committee members work in conjunction with the Association attorney to obtain NAR’s approval.

Education & Membership Committee:

Oversees New Member Orientation. Recommends and coordinates all seminars offered to the membership, keep members informed of all education requirements. Informing Membership of the laws and changes related to our business and standards of practice. Reports monthly to the Board of Directors with written and/or oral report.

Governmental Affairs Committee:

The Tehama Association of REALTORS® advocates for the interests of its members and their clients, both at the government level and at the local community level. The Governmental Affairs Community covers three important aspect of our business; Legislative, Local Government, and Public Affairs. The purpose of the Community Relations committee is to monitor legal issues for homeowners and REALTORS®, with knowledge of current and proposed legislation affecting the real estate industry. Develops and promote projects that enhance the image of the REALTOR® organization, individual members, and the community it serves as well as annual projects to and for our community. Keeps the Board of Directors informed of legislative information affecting the real estate Industry and private property rights Disseminate legislative information affecting the real estate industry and private property rights. Educate members on legislative activity and the importance of political awareness. Encourage members to take an active interest in the political affairs. Monitor government action on all levels and works with our Public Relations Committee to: Increase relationships with the press and radio in the Red Bluff area. Participate in community activities and civic efforts to protect and promote real property ownership. Encourage all members to participate in community affairs and publicize their efforts

Grievance Committee:

A standing committee of the Tehama County Association of Realtors® under Article XII, Section I of the Bylaws. Serve as an investigative and screening committee. Refer valid ethical complaints and requests for arbitration to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing and determination, including possible disciplinary action. PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS AUTHORITY: A standing committee of the Tehama Association of Realtors® under Article XIL Section I of the Bylaws. PURPOSE: This Committee is to serve as a self- enforcement vehicle to educate members about ethical conduct among Board Members and the public in accordance with the Realtors® Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, and to follow through on complaints about the ethical conduct of Realtors® from other Realtors® and the public.

MLS Committee:

The mission of the committee is to work to assure that REALTORS® remain the primary provider of information about real estate. To that end, the Committee: a) Promotes and adopts Model MLS Rules and policies that comply with legal requirements and N.A.R. and C.A.R. policies. Reviews MLS rules and recommends prudent changes to the Board of Directors (BOD). b) Facilitates the exchange of information to members of TCAOR and other local Associations of REALTOR®-OWNED MLSs/Regions and disseminates information regarding legal developments which impact the MLS. c) Holds MLS Committee meetings monthly, addresses new membership, reviews inquires and complaints from members relating to the MLS and makes recommendations to the BOD as necessary to answer and/or resolve the issues.

Public Relations & Scholarship Committee:

A standing committee of the Tehama Association of Realtors® under Article XI1 Section I of the Bylaws. Committees and Taskforces consist of volunteer members. Chairs are nominated by the President and Co-Chairs are nominated by the President Elect. All committees or taskforces roster are approved by the Board of Directors. The Association Executive carefully considers issues within their scope of responsibility and work to achieve the goals of the business plan. Committees recommend policies and action plans to the Board for approval. The function of the Committee will be limited to writing articles and press releases for publication in local print media and on the TCAOR web site. Articles will focus on general real estate information for consumers, important real estate related news items and TCAOR press releases.

Social Committee:

Annually chooses a non profit to receive the proceeds of the silent auction from the Tehama County Association of Realtors annual Gala. 2019 Empower Tehama
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