Board Vacancy

The Retired Employees of the City of San Antonio (RECOSA) Board Secretary received written notice of resignation from Board Member Sergio Soto effective May 31, 2016.  In accordance with the By Laws, the Board may fill the Board vacancy by the affirmative vote of a majority of the remaining Board members and the elected member shall serve the unexpired term of the previous Board member.  Mr. Soto’s term expires in November of 2017.  At this time, it is the decision of the Board to seek persons interested in applying for the Board vacancy.
 
If you are a RECOSA member interested in serving on the Board, please submit a brief statement of your experience, interests, availability, and/or reasons why you would like to serve on the RECOSA Board.  Board members are expected to attend monthly Board meetings, bi-monthly meetings with the City’s Department of Human Resources, and quarterly Brown Bag events for retirees, serve on Board committees and prepare reports as required.
 
Other duties and responsibilities of board members include providing guidance and overseeing assigned committees such as membership, fundraising, health benefits, and financial development.
 
The deadline to submit your interest in serving on the board is Friday July 8, 2016 with the expected appointment decision to occur on July 12, 2016 during the monthly Board meeting.   Please submit to info.recosa@gmail.com or mail to: RECOSA, P.O. Box 12973, San Antonio, Texas  78212.
 
RECOSA is a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization since 2011.  

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RECOSA is a non-profit organization of employees retired from the City of San Antonio. The mission of RECOSA is to inform retired municipal employees of the City of San Antonio and other stakeholders on matters concerning retiree healthcare and retirement benefits and to take such actions as necessary to protect and preserve these benefits in a responsible manner; to promote and sponsor activities for mutual benefit of all members; and to assist in maintaining and improving the quality of life for civilian retirees of the City of San Antonio.