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Re: [Killietalk] constituion & Bylaws
Sorry Wright, but you're wrong. The By-laws have been regularly
published and are on the web site, as I've previously indicated.
Barry J. Cooper
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Wright Huntley wrote:
> 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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