Also no more is the infamous "you've made a right c*** of this" which was so eloquently delivered to Vlad's plonker son, Roman "Rodney Trotter" Romanov at one meeting.
No this was a more upbeat event - as it was last year - but even more so 12 months later.
The issue of Tynecastle Park has been one that has dogged the club for the best part of two decades.
From finding the finance to make sure that it complied with the Taylor Report (by converting to an all-seated facility), to Chris Robinson trying to sell it and move Hearts to Murrayfield, from Romanov's grandiose plan for a hotel and conference centre to where we are today.
We're staying put and building a new main stand in the process.
Ann Budge confirmed the news at the agm with the plan being to replace the current century-old main stand to something more modern, comfortable (my knees demanded I sit in the Gorgie Stand for games after one shattered kneecap too many last season), with a view accessible to all (I pity the chap who has the seat behind the pillar) and that will allow for the capacity to be extended to (at least) 20,000.
Budge had touched upon this subject before with a number of possibilities being mooted.
Now she has decided to embark on a set course. Having also researched the possibilities of staying at Tynecastle, the good news is that Hearts will not have to temporarily re-locate to Easter Road or Murrayfield while the redevelopment takes place.
While not adverse to building a new stadium, given the difficulties of obtaining available land within Edinburgh itself, doing what so many other clubs have done - namely build a ground in the middle of nowhere - would have taken something special away from the atmosphere that a venue within the heart (sic) of the city would have.
So it is welcome news that history and tradition will be preserve with this little tweak being done to preserve Hearts' historical home.
It certainly flies in the face of former owner Chris Robinson who in 2004 declared the place as not being 'fit for purpose' as he tried to dig himself out of a financial hole with his scheme for Hearts to sell Tynecastle and become rent payers at the home of the Scottish Rugby Union, Murrayfield.
Anyone who attended the European ties Hearts played at Murrayfield will remember how dead the atmosphere was given the Edinburgh side's average home crowd which would fill Tynecastle, left a mass of empty seats at the other place.
The decision to stay also flies in the face of the sage who felt inspired to compose this in defence of Robinson.
Graham Spiers will no doubt note that 11 years on, suicide has not been committed and that no one wrapped in maroon and white is saying, "Chris Robinson was right."
However, while this was the main item that caught everyone's eye, something else got lost behind the cheering over the stadium plan.
The club also released its yearly accounts for the past year.
A brief summary of the 26 page document from the link above is as follows....
The net debt has been cut in half, the capital resources are up and provide a very comfortable cushion against any future cash outflow.
Also, the deal with the charity puts them into a comfortably positive cashflow for the year.
Expenses are up quite a bit, but this is covered by the net cashflow and represents arguable improvements for the club which are expected to result in increased future income.
The Directors and shareholders are taking no dividend this year, so the club isn't being rooked by asset-strippers or other opportunists.
Pretty damn good.
And not a soft loan, a fabled warchest or a Lithuanian bank guarantee (ahem) in sight.
The summary of the club's financial state doesn't sound particularly exciting but Hearts have had enough of 'exciting' on that front of late.
Steady, solid and secure - sounds a lot better than "liquidation is around the corner" and Hearts fans do not ever want to hear that again.
Fantastic news though staying at Tynecastle is, this is what Hearts fans would have been looking for from this agm.
That their club is being financially run in a sensible manner with the speculate to accumulate mantra being consigned to the dustbin.
Big transfer fees and high wages are a thing of the past - greed leads football clubs to a downward slope.
Hearts were on the brink of liquidation while one of Glasgow's 'big two' is no more.
However, it seems Hearts have learned their lesson and are making great strides to ensure that....