Guest Ann Posted August 10, 2010 at 02:39 AM Report Share Posted August 10, 2010 at 02:39 AM A constitutional change was passed at a Board of Directors meeting. It was supposed to be presented at the General Membership Meeting for the final approval along with several other proposals. It was mistakenly attached to the end of another proposal. The proposal that it was attached to failed. The original proposal was not presented on its own. No one in the meeting (including the BOD members) realized the error prior to the meeting adjourning. Our constitution states that all constitutional changes must be voted on at the Annual General Membership Meeting. There are no provisions in our constitution or rules to handle a situation like this. The President says that the item can be presented at the next GMM as old business. Another officer says that we should do a mailout ballot for the vote. What is the proper course of action? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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