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    president

    Is a new BOD bound by decisions of the previous BOB
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    Chair

    My board is searching for new institution leadership. We have tabled a recommendation for new leadership pending further search. We will have several new trustees joining the board and a few leaving the board between the time the meeting when the topic was tabled and the next meeting, is there protocol to be followed with the new trustees?
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    Approval of Minutes

    Minutes were taken at a conference where new board officers are elected. The board is made of 9 members. Three members rotate off and 3 new members start at the end of the conference. Who approves the minutes? Does the new 9 member board approve the minutes or do only the 6 remain board members approve and the 3 new ones have to abstain or do the 3 that rotate off the board still get to vote on approval of the minutes from their meeting where they rotated off? It seems strange for the new 9 member to approve the minutes when the conference minutes falls under the old board although the new
  4. When the membership of a Board changes what is the procedure for addressing the minute approval from the final meeting of the "old" Board? In the particular situation we are addressing this is a Board of 5 members and there is only one person carrying over from the previous Board.
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