As Revised May 1, 2002
2:01 DISTRICT PLAYING LEAGUE MANAGEMENT
Each member League shall appoint its League Representative and an alternate to each Division (one representative for each Division: Competitive - Division 1 and 2, Division 3 and Division 4) that their League wishes to participate in.
The District Playing League Manager shall be appointed by the District V Commissioner. A manager may be removed by two-thirds vote of the District V Board, notice of intent to remove shall be to the District Playing League Manager and/or District Commissioner 45 days in advance.
Managers of the District Playing League (Division 1, 2, 3 and 4) shall:
Be responsible for the District Playing League, to schedule and regulate the inter-league competition. Shall supervise any Standing Committee(s) which shall handle all necessary activities involving this competition. Shall be responsible for reporting to the District V Board and District Commissioner.
Be a signor on all District Playing League financial accounts. All moneys to be reimbursed for Playing League expenses must come from the District V Treasurer. Proper reimbursement request form, with receipts must be submitted within the appropriate time frame (within 90 days of expense).
Work with the District Referee Administrator to enhance the officiating level.
Establish a Protest, Appeals and Disciplinary Committee which shall consider all pertinent information arising out of an appeal or disciplinary action. The Chairman of this committee shall be appointed by the District Commissioner.
Be familiar with, interpreting and enforcing the Constitution, By-Laws and Rules and Regulations of the District Playing League and all applicable rules and regulations of the association with which the District Playing League is affiliated.
Establish a common set of administrative rules for all teams registered to the District Playing League and present such changes such changes to the District V Board for their approval.
Establish a common set of playing rules for District Playing League play and present such changes to the District V Board for approval.
From time to time, present to the District V Board for review, temporary rules or regulations for specific cases or occasions not provided for in the Constitution, By-Laws and Rules and Regulations, but which are deemed necessary, by the District V Board, to carry out the objectives of this District Playing League or to comply with the rules of CYSA, USYSA and/or USSF.
Determine the divisions and placement of teams and scheduling the play for the various age groups for which they are responsible.
Receive information and documents from the coaches directed to the District Playing League unless specified otherwise.
Reschedule postponed games if required. 2:02 MEETINGS
Each District Playing League Manager shall be responsible for conducting their respective meeting.
Meetings of each Division shall be held as follows: June - Start Up (coaches packets disseminated); October - During Season; and December - Wrap Up. The same type of meeting schedule will hold for the Winter Season, meeting schedule to be determined by consensus of members.
The agenda for meetings shall be as follows:
Call to Order
Introduction of Guests
Acceptance of Minutes
Good of the Game
At all meetings of the Divisions, the quorum is as established by the District V Board by June 1 of the current year.
Rules of Order: Robert s Rules of Order shall be deemed as adopted at all meetings of this District League, insofar as such rules are not inconsistent with or in conflict with the Constitution, By-Laws, or Rules and Regulations of this District League or of any organization with which the District Playing League is affiliated.
2:03 PROTEST AND APPEALS
Only violations of the Constitution, By-laws or Rules and Regulations of this District Playing League and misapplication of the "Laws of the Game" shall be deemed appropriate subjects for protest and appeals. The parties involved shall have the opportunity to present their case.
Protest and appeals are to be submitted in writing and delivered to and received by the chairperson of the PAD Committee within 72 hours of the cause; the fee of $50.00 must accompany the protest or appeal and will be returned if the protest or appeal is upheld. Any decision of the Committee may be appealed to the District V Commissioner and then if necessary to CYSA per its procedures.
With respect to protests and appeals, no person may invoke the aid of the courts without first exhausting all available remedies within the appropriate soccer organization throughout our affiliation.
Should this District Playing League be dissolved, all assets remaining after payment of all debts shall be distributed to District V.