Guest Tjedra Posted February 12, 2013 at 01:16 PM Report Share Posted February 12, 2013 at 01:16 PM As a board member of a local orgnazation we have struggling with proper procedure. Our bylaws state that the Executive Committee shal be the policy making body of the organization and shal act upon all routine issues brought before it by the membership or officers. There were 2 topics that motions were made at an execeutive committee meeting last month and voted on and implemented. 1 month later, the a small portion of the general membership was displeased with the votes. At the general membership meeting, where only approximately 30 of 125 members attended, a motions were made to totally counter act the previously voted on topics. We could not stop this, it was voted on and passed with majority vote at this meeting. I dont believe this is a legitmate vote. It is my understanding in order to overturn a vote of the board, notification needs to be made to the entire membership and given the opportunity to all vote not just the select few at the general membership meeting. How to we correct this action ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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