|Re: Quorum definition?||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Jim Ratliff (jratliffbpavms.bpa.arizona.edu)|
|Date: Mon, 15 Nov 93 13:25 CST|
On 1:03 PM 11/15/93 -0600, James Rubarth-Lay wrote: >My feeling is that the quorum should be a fixed percentage of voting >members, using whatever definition your by-laws specify for membership >(dues-paying, owners, residents, etc.). I wonder whether there's any good way to categorize decisions by their seriousness and adjust the definition of a quorum accordingly. E.g. a minor decision which needs to be made, yet exactly which way it is made is relatively unimportant, should be able to be made even at a meeting with low attendance. On the other hand, a very important decision should be postponed if meeting attendance is low. ___ | \_|IM RATLIFF Tucson Cohousing jratliff [at] bpa.Arizona.edu
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