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Shmuel Gerber posted a topic in General DiscussionWelcome to the General Discussion forum at the official Robert's Rules of Order Discussion Board (a.k.a. the RONR Question and Answer Forum). Here are some important links and reminders to help you get started: Please see the FAQ with answers to frequently asked questions about parliamentary procedure and RONR (Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised) at the main official Robert's Rules of Order website. To post your question, please do not reply to an existing topic even if it seems that your question is similar. To post your question, please use the Start New Topic button on the main page of the General Discussion forum. Then: In the "Topic Details" section, fill in the "Topic Title" box with a brief title for your topic. Guests: Fill in the "Your Name" box (where it says "Enter a display name") and complete the Security Check task. (Registered members: If you are signed in, this step is not applicable. Click the Sign In button first to sign in.) The "Tags" box is optional. Enter the text of your question in the text-editing area of the screen. Click the "Submit Topic" button to submit your completed post. For more information about using the discussion board, posting as a guest, or registering as a member, please read the Welcome and Important Information messages in the Questions or Comments about the Message Board forum. For more assistance, you can also start a new topic in that forum.
Guest posted a topic in General DiscussionDuring a regular meeting a question and answer session is on the agenda. What types of questions can the public ask at that point? Do they have to relate to something on the meeting's agenda or can they be about other specific issues dealt with at a previous meeting?
As a board member I suggested a number of items that concerned both old and new business for our upcoming board meeting. Only a few of the items have been placed on the draft agenda by our president. In addition the agenda has time limits set opposite each discussion items. This has never been done before. Does the president alone control the agenda items. Does he alone control the length of time each item can be discussed? If my issues were not put on the agenda can I bring them up in the meeting?