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What’s the difference between a board meeting and a membership meeting?

Board Meetings are open to the public. The Board of Directors of the NBAHA is empowered to consider and conduct all business of the association. At any regular monthly board meeting or special board meeting, action may be taken on such by a majority vote when a quorum is present in accordance with the By-Laws.

This meeting entails dealing with the day-to-day Association business that falls outside the realm of what is covered during a Membership Meeting.

A quorum of the Board of Directors must be present before the Board shall be able to conduct and transact business. A quorum shall consist of 70% of the Board Members.

Membership Meetings are open to the public. The general membership shall have the right to bring any issue before a membership meeting of the NBAHA. The issue may then be referred to the Board of Directors for recommendation, if deemed necessary by the President. The following month the board must bring a recommendation back to the membership meeting. If the President finds the issue not necessary of a Board recommendation, action may be taken on such by a majority vote when a quorum is present in accordance with the By-Laws.

In general, this meeting is an opportunity where every member can express concerns, ask questions and to conduct membership business like budget approval, disbursement of gambling funds, land or building acquisitions or any non-budgeted expenditures.

A quorum of the Membership must be present before the Membership shall be able to conduct and transact business. A quorum shall consist of 15 Members.


 

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