Re: [council] Point for Discussion
As far as I remember passing on a proxy during a meeting was quite
common back in the days where we still had this possibility. Given
that we are all volunteers, having a regular day job, there is not
always time to attend every meeting, hence a simple proxy option
is certainly desirable. At least from my recollection there was no
misuse of that practice.
Am 12.07.2007 schrieb Ross Rader:
> Mike Rodenbaugh wrote:
> >Ross, why the limitation that proxy must be passed 'prior to the start
> >of the meeting'? I have seen several times where a Councilor was at a
> >meeting but needed to leave before it ended, and sought at that point to
> >give a proxy (which I believe we have accepted that proxy vote on at
> >least a couple occasions).
> I'm not sure where that specific practice came from, it was just the way
> we did it :)
> Glen might be able to provide better insight though.
> Ross Rader
> Director, Retail Services
> Tucows Inc.
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