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From: "Sherri" <>
Subject: [BOARD] RESULTS: MOTION 2010/11-18: Extend Grievance Committee Terms
Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2011 21:36:23 -0400
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With 13 of the 14 AB members weighing in on this motion, thus meeting the
requirements to form a quorum, and none having any objection, per the
requirements of general consent, the motion is declared passed.

The terms of all current Grievance Committee members with the exception of
Clarissa Lloyd are extended to 30 September 2011.

Sherri Bradley
National Coordinator
USGenWeb Project
Information about the USGenWeb Project at http://usgenweb.org
Advisory Board Agenda http://usgenweb.org/agenda2.shtml




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Subject: [BOARD] MOTION 2010/11-18: Extend Grievance Committee Terms

Moved by Denise Wells and seconded by Alice Allen and dated 28 August 2011,
the motion reads "I hereby make motion to extend by general consent the
terms of the current GC members whose terms expire on August 31, 2011, for
an additional 30 days, through and including September 30, 2011, to allow
the GC to obtain potential replacement GC member volunteers for the upcoming
term.



I also move, by general consent, that should an acceptable slate of
volunteers are approved prior to September 30, 2011, that the expiring
members' terms are then immediately terminated upon the installation of said
new slate of GC volunteers."



Are there any objections to this motion?

Sherri Bradley
National Coordinator
USGenWeb Project
Information about the USGenWeb Project at <http://usgenweb.org/>;
http://usgenweb.org
Advisory Board Agenda <http://usgenweb.org/agenda2.shtml>;
http://usgenweb.org/agenda2.shtml





USGenWeb Advisory Board Agenda: http://usgenweb.org/agenda2.shtml
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