Central Michigan Amateur Radio Club
Proposed CMARC By-Law changes

Proposed Changes of By-Laws to be voted on:
The following are proposed changes to our By-Laws that will be voted on at the CMARC Membership Meeting on March 8th, 2019 with the meeting starting at 7pm. These are the changes that were discussed at the January 11, 2019 membership meeting. Only full members are allowed to vote on the proposed changes to the By-Laws. If you are unable to vote in person on March 8th, you may vote absentee by sending an email to cmarcvoting@gmail.com and indicate whether or not you approve of the proposed changes to the By-Laws. Absentee votes must be received by midnight on the night before: March 7th, in order to be counted.

Proposed 6.1:
The officers of The Corporation shall be president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary, who shall be elected annually by the Board or Directors. All officers shall serve for one year, or until their successor is elected, and will be selected from the Board of Directors. Officers shall be elected at the first meeting of the Board of Directors, held after the annual meeting of the members of the corporation.


Original 6.1:
The officers of The Corporation shall be president, vice-president, treasurer, and secretary, who shall be elected annually by the Board or Directors. All officers shall serve for one year, or until their successor is elected. Officers shall be elected at the first meeting of the Board of Directors, held after the annual meeting of the members of the corporation. All officers shall be ex-officio members of the Board of Directors during their respective terms.


Proposed 4.7:
During annual board elections, the Corporation will select three members to be placed on an election committee and one officer to be the Chair. If an objection is made regarding any of the members selected, another member will be selected as his or her replacement until no objections are made.

Original 4.7:
When absentee voting is in effect, the Corporation will select three members to be placed on an election committee and one officer to be the Chair. These members will be selected by random draw at a meeting prior to any votes being casted. If an objection is made regarding one of the members selected, another member will be drawn at random as his or her replacement. Random draws will continue until no objections are made.