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Re: [Killietalk] constituion & Bylaws
Right on, Karl.
Term limits are particularly desirable for social organizations and
clubs that have to deal with other folks money, but may not always be
run too professionally.
In particular, I think the money-handling functions (treasurer) should
turn over every year or two, so there is some kind of informal audit as
each new officer takes responsibility.
To answer the original question on this thread, I think all states
require a filed copy of the by laws o/e and a board resolution to open
any bank account in the name of the organization. The AKA surely has
such, but they have carefully been guarded from member access for many
years, now. I have no idea why. ...Don't much care.
I would care a whole lot if I was on the BOT, though.
karl doering wrote:
> Joe kinda glanced over the AKA constitution looking for the amount of turmes
> a person can run. I've been in the AKA close to 30 years & it seems like the
> same people were on the BOT 25 years ' Don't you think there should be a
> number like 2 terms on the bot & maybe one stent as chairman then put them
> out to pasture. To much of same-o same-o
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