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replacing a member at large


Guest Tim Hamlet

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If your President pro tem is the same as how RONR defines a Chair pro tem who is a temporary presiding officer for the current session who has no authority besides presiding over the meeting then he wouldn't have the authority to do something that had nothing to do with presiding over a meeting. If the President pro tem is not a temporary presiding officer for the current session and your organization has different duties for him you will need to look to your bylaws to determine what his authority is.

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Therein lies our dilemma. His authority is in place as President of the organization until the completion of said term with all powers and duties. But our by-laws do not address the member at large other than saying that he/she shall be selected by the President and approved by the Board.

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