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Standing Rules Defined

Standing rules, as defined by Robert’s Rules of Order, Newly Revised, are rules related to the details of the administration of the District rather than to parliamentary procedure.

Standing rules are adopted by the Board of Directors individually if and when the need arises. A standing rule can be adopted by a majority vote of the Board and although such a rule remains in effect until rescinded or amended, it is not binding if a majority desires to suspend it temporarily.

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