The general meeting of the King’s Co-op Bookstore has been postponed. The meeting, which was called by a petition circulated by five King’s students, was originally set for Nov. 21. There will be a town hall meeting with no voting Wednesday.
Update: A general meeting has been called “by petition of (the King Co-op Bookstore’s) membership” for Nov. 21. Two motions will be put forward — one concerning staff representation on the Board of Directors and the second seeking to establish a committee to develop a strategic plan for promoting the store.
The King’s Co-op Bookstore is test-driving a cut to employees’ hours, and the cuts start Monday.
The students working at the King’s Co-Op Bookstore have had their hours scaled back due to declining sales over the past year.