MEOA Financial Update2022
Your MEOA Executive Committee has planned events in 2022 including:*2022 MEOA PD Day, May 26 – Oxford Hills Golf Club*2022 AGM/Spring Meeting, June 21-22 – Hilton Meadowvale Mississauga.
Payment of membership fees for all members will be required in 2022.*
New for 2022 is a restructuring of membership to include a corporate membership fee structure as follows:Individual Membership – $75Corporate Membership – Up to 5 members – $325Corporate Membership – Up to 10 members – $6002021 Financial ReportRevenues include $1,750 in miscellaneous revenues form job postings.
Administrative expenses including items related to web site fees and insurance total $4,255.38HST payments of $5,889.28 (2019 & 2020)Reconciled Bank Balance Jan 1, 2021 – $27,433.25Reconciled Bank Balance December 31, 2021 – $17,322.67*
Your MEOA executive made the decision not to solicit membership fees in 2021 as the decision was made to not attempt events and to minimize operating costs as much as possible.
2020 Financial Report Revenues totaled $25,115.00. Included in this amount is $20,540 to be applied to 2022 events. Expenses totaled $34,871 of which $15,900 is attributed to deposits and payments that are applied to 2022 events. HST Remittance – $1,491.32Reconciled Bank Balance December 31, 2020 – $27,433.552019
Financial ReportTotal revenues from all sources – $94,343.82Total expenses – $84,452.39 HST Remittance – $3,286.87Reconciled Bank Balance Jan 1, 2019 – $25,982.35
Reconciled Bank Balance December 31, 2019 – $33,873.78
Keeping Your Wheels On!
Wednesday March 30th, 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
The Fleet Safety Council (FSC) and the Truck Training Schools
Association of Ontario (TTSAO) are proud to present
Dave McDonald, Commercial Sales Manager at Bridgestone
Commercial Solutions, who will discuss ways to prevent loose wheels
and the potential for a wheel off. Throughout this engaging
presentation, Dave will share his experience and look at the primary
causes of wheel off’s and how to prevent them.
This is one of the best annual OPWA events and it was the most well attended event when it was in person. In an effort to support learning and growth for our members and support peer association events, your MEOA executive encourages you to participate and share with others in your organization.
On a personal note, I have had the opportunity to work with keynote speaker Mary Joyce Ivers while working on the APWA’s Certified Public Fleet Professional certification committee and the Fleet Management Committee and am very much looking forward to participating in the event!
Don Miller -Treasurer
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Happy 2022 MEOA colleagues!
Your MEOA Executive Committee is moving forward with planning in person events beginning in June 2022 so we may re-connect once again.
For those who have paid for events in 2020, those fees will be applied to the 2022 events. You will receive a separate email indication which events you have paid for.
Payment of membership fees for all members will be required in 2022.
Membership for 2022 opens early January 2022 and can be completed by visiting our website store @ https://www.meoa.org/store/
*New for 2022 is a restructuring of membership to include a corporate membership fee structure as follows:
Individual Membership – $75
Corporate Membership – Up to 5 members – $325
Corporate Membership – Up to 10 members – $600
The registration process is being refined and will be available early January for 2022 membership purchases.
Professsional Development Day 2022 has been confirmed and will take place in Mount Elgin on May 26th, 2022 @ Oxford Hills Golf Club.
Details here @ https://meoa.org/event/2022-meoa-p-d-day/
MEOA Annual General Meeting (AGM) has also been confirmed for June 21 & June 22, 2022 in Mississauga Ontario.
Details here @ https://meoa.org/event/2022-agm-spring-meeting/
Please follow our website for continued updates. Looking forward to seeing you all in 2022.
Stay safe and Healthy from your MEOA executive !
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Volvo Days Video
Each year, Ontario commercial trucks and buses must complete multiple inspections to ensure that they are meeting Ontario’s high environmental standards and safety requirements. These inspections are important, so we are creating a one-stop approach so that we can reduce burden for individuals and businesses while maintaining strong environmental protections by proposing to combine Ontario’s mandatory emissions and safety inspection requirements into a single inspection for heavy diesel commercial motor vehicles.
Completing both tests at the same time will save these drivers time and money so they can focus on keeping goods moving across Ontario, while maintaining the necessary protections for our environment and safety.
Proposed Transfer of Provisions from the Environmental Protection Act to the Highway Traffic Act
As part of the Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2019, the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) is proposing amendments that will transfer responsibility for vehicle emission inspections and enforcement from MECP to the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) by repealing Part III of the Environmental Protection Act and transferring the substance of Part III to the Highway Traffic Act.
These amendments, which are currently posted for a 30-day consultation period on the Environmental Registry of Ontario and Ontario’s Regulatory Registry, are proposed to come into effect on July 1, 2021.
Proposed Integrated Vehicle Safety and Emissions Inspection Program
The proposed legislative amendments will form the foundation for the subsequent legislative changes. These changes will enable the consolidation of heavy diesel commercial motor vehicle emissions inspections, commercial vehicle safety inspections and associated enforcement activities to be carried out under the Highway Traffic Act. Under the integrated program, which will be administered by MTO, owners of heavy diesel commercial motor vehicles would be able to get an emissions and safety inspection at the same time and location — one test, with one digital result.
Proposed Legislative Changes
MECP is proposing legislative changes, as part of the Red Tape Reduction Bill, in two areas:
1. Repealing Part III of the Environmental Protection Act, and
2. Transferring the substance of Part III to the Highway Traffic Act.
The Environmental Registry of Ontario legislative proposal is open for 30 days. Contact information is listed in the proposal should you have any comments or questions regarding the proposed changes.
See the legislative proposal here: https://ero.ontario.ca/notice/019-0646
Our Annual Fall Technology FieldTrip is just around the corner. Many thanks to our sponsors below who have generously donated to the success of this municipal trip. Your executive
|Mack Trucks Canada (Major Sponsor)|
|Volvo Heavy Equipment (Major Sponsor – Volvo Days)|
|Strongco (Premium Sponsor)|
|Viking Cives (Premium Sponsor)|
|Joe Johnson Equipment (Premium Sponsor)|
|DiCAN Inc (Premium Sponsor)|
|Eloquip (Standard Sponsor)|
|Bryans Auction (Standard Sponsor)|