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  1. Hieu H. Huynh

    Bylaw amendments

    If you do not want the amendments to be adopted, you can speak against them and vote "No".
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    one person running for board position

    If your bylaws require a ballot vote, a ballot vote must be done. If your bylaws do not require a ballot vote, the chair would declare the sole candidate elected if there are no other nominations.
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    Rogue Executives

    See FAQ #14.
  4. I would simply say that the main motion was postponed to the next meeting.
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    Published minutes

    Generally the minutes are to be made available to members to review. Whether the minutes would be made available to the public is up to your rules.
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    substitute motions

    Generally a "substitute" is a form of amendment. It would not be appropriate to have a substitute to not do the main motion.
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    Revisit or new motion?

    Generally an adopted motion could be amended by a two-thirds vote. It appears that threshold has been met in this case.
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    Board Elections

    Vote again.
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    Motion to start a discussion

    In small boards, informal discussion is permitted without a formal motion.
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    Term Length Interpretation

    The bylaws could be amended to address this issue.
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    Annual membership meeting questions

    Generally, adopted motions could be rescinded. You could also get new board members (see FAQ #20).
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    Annual membership meeting questions

    No section in RONR talks about board involvement in the annual membership meeting. The membership controls its meetings.
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    Annual membership meeting questions

    Special meetings can be called in accordance with provisions in your bylaws for calling special meetings. Whoever usually presides at your meetings would chair special meetings.
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    Annual membership meeting questions

    That is up to the assembly to decide.