Re: quorum definition
From: Sharon Villines (sharonvillinesprodigy.net)
Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 10:53:34 -0600 (MDT)
> Now, there may be problems. We have sold two lots to Habitat, and they 
> are thus "member households" but have no actual families yet. Two other
> households are in the process of selling, and have no stake in meetings,
> so don't attend. Another just doesn't do meetings. Two more could be out
> of the country for a while. Yikes. We could be entering a phase where
> enough families are inactive that it could be difficult or impossible to
> make a quorum by our given standards.

What about defining the quorum on the basis of occupied units--you can't
include non-existent members in a quorum anyway, I don't think--and allow
for proxies for units that are unable to attend or are in transition.

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Sharon Villines
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