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  1. The Executive Board of a local committee has a rather reluctant chairman who cancels any (Exec Board) meetings when anyone, other than himself, requests one. I cannot find any reference as to who may call a meeting anywhere in the committee's bylaws, its plan of organization or RROR. I'm hoping to cite a specific section in Robert's (if one exists) since I'm anticipating further pushback from the chairman. Thanks in advance. George
  2. We have a board of six members that changes every four years. in 2003, that Board adopted a resolution that prohibited personnel actions relating to certain officers without first having discussions at one meeting and then voting at the next meeting. In November 2011, the Board voted to take personnel action to terminate an officer without following the 2003 resolution. The 2003 resolution was not rescinded before the termination action was taken. Four months later, a new chairman of a new board declares the action taken in November null and void because the 2003 resolution was not followe
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    Chairman resignation

    I have two questions: If the chairman of the board is resigning from the board completely is it proper for a new chairman to be elected prior to the old chairman's resignation and if so, can the old chairman vote for the new chairman? I would appreciate any responses.
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