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If a board member wants a previously decided topic (duly moved, seconded, discussed, voted upon and entered into the minutes) revisited, what are the proper steps? It seems to me the board member should make a motion that 1) the board rescind the action (approved or declined) at a specific prior board meeting, 2) the topic be discussed again, and 3) another vote on the topic be held. Is this proper? Any alternative steps that would work?
I am currently a board member for a non-profit agency. We will be voting soon on whether or not to approve a particular project. If the project is approved, the executive director would like to hire my husband to manage the project. Should I be voting on this, as the vote is based on project approval, not who would be working on the project?