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Deb Parm

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  1. Our bylaws state "no officer shall serve in the same office for more than two consecutive terms, or until her successor is elected". During the pandemic, we are not meeting at all and probably will not be for the foreseeable future (we are a singing group). Our year runs April 1 through March 31. And all members of the board are in their second term. They will not have really served a full term. Does the "or until her successor is elected" allow them to remain in their positions another year?
  2. I guess what my question is, what can be done. The voting has started, but it was actually called too soon. Is there a way to cancel the voting until the board has time to hear the valid points and discuss?
  3. Our board is allowed to vote on issues via email per our bylaws. We have a controversial matter that is being voted on presently. The vote has started. However, two members of the board had expressed concerns but their emails to the board were delayed and arrived after the vote had been called. As they are valid concerns, is there a way to stop the vote to allow more discussion prior to calling for the vote again?
  4. After our minutes were approved, it was discovered that a wrong city was listed. It was not part of a motion, it was just the name and city of a possible new chapter for our organization. Is our only option to amend something previously adopted?
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