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We have a committee that has run its course, but may be useful again in the future. Instead of amending the constitution, we want to "table" or put it the committee in the drawer until a future time. Is this acceptable?

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I guess we would need to dissolve the committee.

Three's no reason it can't continue until you find a "capable" person to chair (not "run") the committee. If it was worth putting in the bylaws in the first place (as a standing committee), it's probably worth leaving in the bylaws. Otherwise, re-create it as a special committee when needed. But don't put it in and out of the bylaws each time. The bylaws should be a (relatively) stable document.

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