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From: "M. Reed" <>
Subject: Re: [BOARD-L] Asst NC
Date: Wed, 02 Sep 1998 22:51:46 -0700
The Bylaws specifically state the composition of the Board & an
assistant isn't one of them, nor is there room for additions at our
discretion. Even if we do choose an Ass't, he cannot officially serve
on the Board.
As far as an assistant to the Webmaster, I have no problem with Kay
doing it if she accepts.
Pam Reid wrote:
> Hi All,
> On the subject of assistant NC, the "old" Board felt that it was a
> idea to have one. But, while we were trying very, very hard to come
> with workable By-Laws, there were a few things we felt should be left
> for the new Board to decide. The matter of assistant NC was one of
> those things. That was really the reason I brought it up. If the
> majority of the Board feels it is not necessary, that's fine! If it
> decided that there should be one, I feel that person should serve on
> Board in some capacity and therefore, should probably be selected from
> among the current membership. JMHO!
> On the subject of Webmaster backup, it probably is a bit easier if the
> Web group does have one of its committee members on the Board list.
> Many things that are decided upon here have to go on the pages
> immediately. It makes sense for the Webmaster ito be party to the
> discussions. This is speaking from past experience. Celia did a
> terrific job and was extrememly efficient and timely with updates,
> But, she was also an important working member of the Board and
> understood exactly what was needed, why, and how much of a priority it
> was. Therefore, if Celia is selected (and I believe that she should
> if SHE wants it), I think that a Board member should be part of the
> committee. Bob nominated Kay Mason. Kay is on the current Board, BTW,
> and would be a great liason. I second the nominiation!
> Pam Reid in Virginia
> LISTOWNER: HEADEN & THORN(E)
> Branches and Roots
> Tombstone Transcription Project
> Gloucester County VAGenWeb
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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