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From: "Kay Mason" <>
Subject: Re: [BOARD-L] Asst NC
Date: Wed, 2 Sep 1998 17:43:29 -0700
I have no problem with Tim, he would be a great asset to the Board..
.. but the Bylaws don't provide for an Asst. NC..
The only thing that they say is that IF something happens to the
NC, the Board may elect one of themselves to serve until an
election is held.
We can, however start to process to make an amendment to the
Bylaws to be voted upon during next year's election. And we could
ask Tim to be a non-voting member this year.
Date forwarded: Wed, 2 Sep 1998 17:26:02 -0700 (PDT)
Date sent: Wed, 02 Sep 1998 19:27:25 -0500
From: Nancy Trice <>
Subject: [BOARD-L] Asst NC
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> I've thought a lot about an Asst. NC. I don't think it should be any of
> the board... you have to vote on matters... I vote only to break a tie. An
> Asst. NC would not have a vote either, imho.
> I propose that I approach Tim Stowell and see if he would be willing to be
> Asst. NC. I have several reasons for thinking that this might be a good
> 1. After the problems we saw during the election, I think that asking Tim
> to join us might go a long way toward healing some of the wounds.
> 2. Tim received the 2nd largest number of votes for NC.
> 3. In the event that something should happen to me [and we've all seen
> that it can], Tim would be the logical person to be appointed to take my
> place, and if he was already here as Asst. NC it would mean he wouldn't
> have to be brought up to date on things.
> This is all contingent of course on whether or not he would be willing.
> I welcome comments/suggestions.
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