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To move things along at board meetings, he advocates dropping Roberts Rules of Order from the boardroom and letting the board establish its own guidelines.
amp;#8220;eSCRIBE's feature rich product fully aligns with Roberts Rules of Order and automates the entire meeting lifecycle for all users from administrators and internal contributors, to meeting participants and the public,” said Paul Mackin, eSCRIBE's Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
The school board operates under Roberts Rules of Order, which allow a member who voted in the majority to make a motion to reconsider a vote.
He then quoted provisions in Roberts Rules of Order describing the "right to file a minority report.
With a mixture of old-fashioned Roberts Rules of Order ("Do I hear a motion?
Future questions requiring a member vote whether in person or by mail ballot would be conducted in accordance with credit union bylaws, which call for the use of Roberts Rules of Order.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: Irwin Young (left) presents Roberts Rules of Order to Daniel Canavan, Incoming President of NYSCT.