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Tom Coronite
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P. 89 discusses what is required if "written notice" of a regular/stated meeting is to be sent. Here, the term "call" is not used.

P. 91-93 discusses the notice of a special/called meeting and refers to the notice of such a meeting as a "call."

Am I correct in concluding, then, that the term "call" is properly used only for special/called meetings? If written notice of a regular meeting is required by our bylaws, is it improper to refer to such a notice as a "call" because of the nature of the meeting?

(I find it ridiculous that such a question is important in our proceedings, but it is what it is. :-D )

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3 minutes ago, Tom Coronite said:

P. 89 discusses what is required if "written notice" of a regular/stated meeting is to be sent. Here, the term "call" is not used.

P. 91-93 discusses the notice of a special/called meeting and refers to the notice of such a meeting as a "call."

Am I correct in concluding, then, that the term "call" is properly used only for special/called meetings? If written notice of a regular meeting is required by our bylaws, is it improper to refer to such a notice as a "call" because of the nature of the meeting?

(I find it ridiculous that such a question is important in our proceedings, but it is what it is. :-D )

The terms are synonymous. See page 4, lines 18-29.

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