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Jeff Kelley

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  1. So it would appear to mean that the vote was invalid. We tried to get him to understand that the no vote had prevailed but he said the yes votes had more so even though it had failed to pass the yes vote was the prevailing side.
  2. George the attorney that works for the BOD interpretation was the yes votes were the prevailing vote so he let a person make motion to reconsider that person by virtue of his interpretation of what was prevailing a yes vote
  3. If an item is voted on that required a 2/3 vote and it was defeated would the people who voted yes be allowed to make a motion to reconsider or would it be no votes as they prevailed?
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