dv48180 Posted October 28, 2011 at 01:41 PM Report Share Posted October 28, 2011 at 01:41 PM Our organization's bylaws call for a member to appear before the "governing board" if there is an infraction of rules, behavior, etc, in the club facilities, for determination of disciplinary action, suspension of membership, etc There is a standing committee which is supposed to handle these matters. The duties are not outlined in the bylaws. The chair of this committee is appointed by the president and is also a member of the governing board, and has chosen 4 additional members for this committee to review and take action on these matters. As a member of the committee, these are my questions:1. Is a committee considered an extension of the governing board, and as such can take action on these matters, or only make recommendations? If so then bylaws are being followed, or are we violating the bylaws by doing this?3. Do the activities in full need to be reported at board meetings and approved, or just reported?thank you for anyone who can help to clarify this. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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