[muglo] Re: Constitution

  • From: Gerhard Kuhn <gerhardk@xxxxxxx>
  • To: muglo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 05 Mar 2009 16:51:44 -0500

I think my understanding of the work is different from yours.  To me a  
quorum is the minimum number that need to attend a meeting in order  
for certain votes to be valid.  i.e. if you have a ten member board a  
quorum may be set at 6 and even if 7, 8 or all 10 for business purpose  
they met quorum not set a different quorum.


Gerhard
gerhardk@xxxxxxx



On 5-Mar-09, at 10:08 AM, Doug Bale wrote:

> Either way works, Joan. The intention was to acknowledge that  
> attendance varies from one meeting to meeting, and therefore the  
> number of people necessary to constitute a quorum would also vary -  
> hence quorums, plural. However, making it singular would serve the  
> same purpose; people would have no trouble understanding it to refer  
> to the necessary number at any given meeting.

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