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Ann Rempel

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  1. I, too, am wondering why I could open something called Pages, but then found I do not have access to the mysterious Pages.
  2. Who is doing the withdrawing in the quotation from p. 435? (if one of the nominees withdraws before the election, …)
  3. And if your organization is incorporated, check the applicable statutes for the requirements of votes taken without a meeting being held.
  4. I agree that a person elected to, but not yet holding the office may be removed. I have no problem, though, calling it an "office-elect" since that is common sense language to describe the situation. Or maybe it should be "office-in-limbo." Anyway, Dan's office-elect interpretation didn't bother me at all and I thought it very sensible.
  5. Answering questions of the assembly may depend on the terms of the parliamentarian's contract with the organization. If the parliamentarian in these questions is a "member parliamentarian," then that's a different matter.
  6. But my letter carrier never brings letters these days. USPS may need to change the terminology. I call officers and leaders of committees by whatever title is bestowed on them by the bylaws.
  7. We are indeed fortunate to have known him.
  8. This is good common sense in my opinion. Parliamentary procedure enables the assembly to conduct its business, and it is not intended to impede the will of the assembly or trample on rights of members. I think Mr. H has clarified the issue for me and his solution makes good sense.
  9. Why not reconsider the vote on the amendment?
  10. There is a more recent copyright, though, than 1923.
  11. I really like Tim's Alternate Reality! Sure makes sense to me.
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