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I have a question. If RONR recognizes that if Minutes are distributed prior to the Meeting, then why is it that RONR still allows to request that the Minutes be read? If members have a copy of the Minutes and have had a chance to read them before coming to the meeting, it seems to me that it is dilatory to allow a member to request that the Minutes be read. Unless, of course, the member is illiterate - which is unlikely in this day and age.
Quick question, when the secretary is reading the minutes from the past meeting, what info doesn't have to be read? For example, does the secretary have to read the entire treasurer's report from the past meeting, or does it suffice if he says, "Treasurer's report was given and approved"? Also, does every motion being referenced need to have who moved to approve, who seconded, etc. read, or is it okay to just say "The motion was approved"? Thanks.