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Guest H.Wm.Mountcastle

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Guest H.Wm.Mountcastle

Non-members ("the public") can be asked to leave before the meeting is called to order at which time the chair can announce that, without objection, the meeting is now in executive session. As long as no member objects, no motion is needed.

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Guest Loren Thorson

Clarification:: Referring to the "public" is a misnomer as the attendees are actually "members" of the corporation. Therefore can the chair still announce that without objection,the meeting is now in Executive Session?"

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Guest H.Wm.Mountcastle

Well, if they're not members of the body that is meeting (presumably the board?), then they might as well be "the public".

In fact, you might want to let them know that the meeting will be closed to non-members (of the body that is meet"

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You're exactly right, except that the president need not declare that there is a quorum. The member who called the special meeting (or one of them, if there were several) is immediately recognized, and he should make the motion to go into executive sessio"

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