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  1. Josh Martin. Thank you for this last explanation. I appreciate your time.
  2. I apologize, but I meant to ask if the President can make a motion. Would appreciate a response on that, with statute cited. Thank you for your help.
  3. Mr. Brown, can you cite the support for president can vote if a member of the assembly please. I have been reading RONR but so far have not found that. I will also be trying to find rule on president seconding a motion - haven't started the search on this one yet. Thank you.
  4. Referencing 48.4 5) – is this a correct interpretation? In our Sept meeting corrections are made to the Aug minutes. We enter those corrections into the text of the final Aug document (which, in addition to maintained in official minutes binder, will be distributed via newsletter and online to our Association) and in our Sept minutes we note only that Aug minutes were approved as corrected.
  5. Our HOA board oversees the HOA staff which includes a general manager, office and maintenance staff. We had a personnel matter arise whereby we responded to our GM's complaints about a staff's performance. The board met in an Executive Session and concluded that a letter with our decision would be sent to the GM. It was a unanimous vote that the members would review a draft of that letter, and subsequent drafts if necessary until the letter would be finalized. Our board president took it upon himself to compose the decision letter and release it without further consultation with the other members. Does the board president have this authority? This is not covered in our governing documents.
  6. Anyone know when we might expect the release of the CD-Rom that is mentioned on the robertsrules website as coming early 2021?
  7. I'd like to thank all that responded. Your guidance was most helpful. We had an individual that was willing to be secretary but he felt, for his own reasons, that he would not be able to take the minutes. We ended up electing this person as secretary so to have that officer in place in event of possible need for things like where a secretary's signature was needed. We are in the process of appointing a resident volunteer to take the minutes.
  8. We are twisting his arm, but he keeps holding us at bay. Fortunately we do have him as sec pro-tem, but I feel, and from my reading of RONR (and now what info I am getting here) that we must push for a duly elected secretary. Just have to find that person. Thank you both for your responses and clarification of the issue.
  9. I'm new to this forum, and actually little experience with forums. Is this how I reply to the 2 replies I received to my initial inquiry? I hope so. Thank you to those that have responded to my inquiry. I appreciate your inp;ut. As I had mentioned we had our annual election in January, no one willing to take the role, no candidates nominated. We have been electing a pro-tem each month. If the pro-tem is the same person each month, does he need to be re-elected each month? My concern with not having a secretary is not only not having someone for the minutes, but someone to sign documents that require that officer's signature. Is the pro-tem's term of office monthly until re-elected or new pro-tem elected, or is term of office only for the one meeting?
  10. Our 55+ community HOA board is without a secretary. Board officers for this year were elected in January but we had no candidate for secretary. How long can we go without electing a Secretary?
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