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  1. Guest

    Amend Adopted Budget

    I am at a board meeting and our organization adopted a budget in August. In this budget there is a line item for scholarships. The organization has done well financially so we would like to increse the number of scholarships so we need to change this in our budget. Is it okay to amend our adopted budget? I guess the question is it allowed by and if yes how do we motion for it?
  2. Our Board Chair forgot to sign up for re-election last November and there was no one opposing him. We appointed him back into his position in February of this year. We have just now discovered that in January we should have appointed the Vice-Chair to fulfill his Board Chair position and in February when we appointed him it would have been to to fill the Vice-Chair's empty position. Is this correct? If yes, is it too late to correct it? And how would we do that?
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    Change of vote

    After the roll call vote of all members has been taken and announced, is it possible for someone that voted against a resolution to change his vote to the affirmative for the express purpose of being able to request reconsideration of the motion at a later time?
  4. Our organization is in the process of extensively revising our bylaws. In my reading, it became evident that the Bylaws Committee needed to examine our Articles of Incorporation as we crafted the revision. I noted that our Articles of Incoporation contain no method for amending them. Does this mean that they are "un-amendable" forever and ever ad infinitum? Louise
  5. In January a motion was passed by our Board that affects the school. Many parents of students were displeased by the measure. One of the key members was not present when it was presented. It passed 8-2. After a lot of back and forth sideline discussion it was decided that at our next meeting the missing individual would be able to present his facts. He feels if he had been able to do so at the meeting, the motion would not have been passed in such haste. Can the motion be brought back, or can a new motion be presented to rescind the previously passed motion? Most of the members seem to agree it was a hasty move and that a suitable compromise can be reached. How can we achieve this?
  6. A motion was made and included a name and salary. The secretary recorded the motion exactly as it was stated. A draft of the minutes was sent to the Board. A Board member asked that the draft minutes be edited/changed to remove the salary from the draft minutes. Usually the Board is invited to edit the draft minutes prior to the next meeting when the minutes are approved. Can a motion be edited in draft minutes after it has been made and voted on?
  7. After answering a question about By-law amendments, I thought that I would start a topic discussing different By-law amendments I have seen and to hear what other people have read or experienced. Here are what I have seen: 1) Any member can propose an amendment at the AGM, or a special meeting can be called. Either with a 2/3 vote or a majority vote of all members. 2) The Board may make changes (for large organizations with members covering a large area, as it might be hard for members to attend a meeting.) 3) The Board approves the change first, and then places it before the membership. 4) A By-laws committee to offer amendments - and some organizations may require an amendment be offered to the Committee first. #3 and #4 have an obvious issue - you do not want to amendments made to By-laws that do not exist or to make sure that the entire document (i.e. all the by-laws) will be consistent - it is possible that by changing By-law #4 that the amended verision will either make by-law #6 useless or be in conflict with #6.
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