Originally Posted by LindaM
The following month I was the one who brought the motion to the floor to allow the calling in of membership. The recorded part is what I objected to from the discussion. A little more insight is I was the person who seconded Merl's original proposal and then after discussion voted against it.
Here's my thought on all these so called fears that board members have about being sued over something they've done or said in meetings during which a recorded meeting would help in preservation of "evidence"... our own Congress is live AND recorded on C-Span every day. Surely they have more urgent and life or death issues to debate than barbeque and yet those sessions are recorded and always available publicly. If there is such a fear, maybe folks should watch what they say in a public meeting and always act responsibly and ethically. And if you are, what's to fear with recorded meetings?