mikalac Posted August 7, 2014 at 03:44 AM Report Share Posted August 7, 2014 at 03:44 AM Our annual owner's meeting will take place on 9/20. I gave notice at the last annual meeting that I will move to revise the bylaws. I have other non-bylaw motions to make too. I presume all these motions will be handled under New Business, a part of the Order of Business per the bylaws. (see below) However, since most members are apathetic to motions and just want the election of directors to take place and then go home, I am afraid that after the elections and Board business, but before we get to New Business, the owners will adjourn and I will lose my motions. Is this possible? Is there any way to prevent this motion? FYI, the Order of Business is as follows: Calling of the rollProof of notice of meeting and waiver of noticeReading and disposal of any unapproved minutesAppointment of judges of electionElection of DirectorsReceiving reports of officersReceiving reports of committeesOld businessNew businessAdjournment Thanks for your help. Norm Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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