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Is an accusation during a board meeting a legal event?


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Hi Folks,

 

I take the Minutes at our food cooperative Monthly General Meeting.

An activist at our Monthly General Meeting has claimed several months in a row, that, "...we have asked for a vote (for XYZ agenda item) in May of 2015.  It is now January 2017.  That is 20 months of institutional avoidance...".  

Is this a an accusation that should/could be recorded in the Minutes?  The only people who could officially make a decision to avoid scheduling a vote are our Agenda Committee (who schedules the votes) and our General Coordinators (who are paid administrators).  

Thanks!!

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