BOARD-L ArchivesArchiver > BOARD > 1998-09 > 0904800664
From: "M. Reed" <>
Subject: Re: [BOARD-L] Asst NC
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 1998 22:31:04 -0700
Well, I'm sorry. I'm not really sure that would be workable either.
Wouldn't it just complicate things? Wouldn't it just be easier to keep
it to the current board rather than trying to create a "vice-president"
position who has no responsibilities but to watch.
OTOH, it would be nice to have 2 PR representatives at the top. Maybe
we could give the Ass't NC publicity responsibilities? Of course, this
is all in the future, because I'm just not sure about inviting Tim (or
anyone) in at this point.
I just think we should do exactly what the bylaws say, especially this
first year. If anyone has any good arguments to convince me otherwise,
Bridgett Smith wrote:
> Kay has a point about the bylaws and what they state. I was
> wondering the same thing when Nancy suggested Tim. I like Tim,
> and wouldn't see a problem in bringing him on board, but guess we
> would need to get something set in "stone" so to speak.
> I would like to suggest that the wording be changed regarding the
> boards make-up concerning the NC and, if incapacitated, the
> replacement thereof. I would like to see that the person obtaining the
> 2nd highest vote for NC be named Asst. NC (also w/o a vote on the
> Guess, I had better re-read the bylaws once more (Ha, should have
> them memorized -- but old age is setting in <G>) to find out how to
> get them amended.
> On 2 Sep 98, at 17:43, Kay Mason wrote:
> > 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.
> > Kay
> ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~
> Bridgett Smith
> TNGenWeb State Coordinator
Michael T. & Maureen K. Reed Olathe, KS
"Do as I say, not as I do" is a hypocrite.
"Do as I say, not as I did" is a teacher. - Dr. Laura Schlessinger
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