|Question about Consent Governance||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Chris Terbrueggen (christopher402gmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2018 20:01:45 -0700 (PDT)|
Greetings, We are slowly developing our consent governance in one of our Linden Cohousing committees. There was an objection voiced by a member, who said a second committee member must support a member's objection for it to be a valid objection. They were concerned that one person would block the proposal. I would like to know if any cohousing communities require a second person's support at the committee level. Or, do you honor a single member's objection? Do you work together to see if it's a valid objection based on the aim of the committee and find a solution to the objection? Is there a way to merge the two ideas? We are new to the consent process. I am sure there is a learning curve present in this discussion. There may be personal perceptions of trusting a governance process that is new. Maybe, it's being comfortable with Roberts Rules of Order, which requires a second for some decisions to be made. Thanks, Chris Terbrueggen
- Question about Consent Governance Chris Terbrueggen, July 16 2018
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