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  •  Elected by "the  Appointed by the people" Board  Accountable to "the  Accountable to the people" board*  Elected / replaced by  Elected / replaced by "the people" the board** In policy governance, or large congregations regardless of governance style, many committees are accountable to the staff rather than the Board

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  •  Elected by "the  Appointed by the people" Board  Accountable to "the  Accountable to the people" board*  Elected / replaced by  Elected / replaced by "the people" the board** In policy governance, or large congregations regardless of governance style, many committees are accountable to the staff rather than the Board

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  • Background checks and security notwithstanding, since a condo board can't turn down a buyer, there is clearly an absurdity to the documentation that most condos require before the Board issues its waiver.

    Ron Gitter: Protecting the Privacy of the High Profile Purchaser

  • To go from one extreme to the other, even though a condo board can only exercise a "Right of First Refusal" and really can't "turn down" an intended purchaser, many condos require extensive Board packages that mimic what a co-op board application looks like.

    Ron Gitter: Protecting the Privacy of the High Profile Purchaser

  • To go from one extreme to the other, even though a condo board can only exercise a "Right of First Refusal" and really can't "turn down" an intended purchaser, many condos require extensive Board packages that mimic what a co-op board application looks like.

    Ron Gitter: Protecting the Privacy of the High Profile Purchaser

  • Background checks and security notwithstanding, since a condo board can't turn down a buyer, there is clearly an absurdity to the documentation that most condos require before the Board issues its waiver.

    Ron Gitter: Protecting the Privacy of the High Profile Purchaser

  • I've recently joined that board as well as the Board of my synagogue, Beth El. I think what has been affirming to me has been, so much of the work I do is working in communities where really I'm an outsider and I have worked really hard to be accepted for the values and the contributions and the vision and mission.

    Women Who Dared - Marla Oros on IMPACT ON SELF

  • I joined, then I was on the board, then I was the archivist, then I edited their newspaper for a while, then became their treasurer, and now I'm Chairman of the Board.

    Vickie Karp: Third Screen: Houdini and Friends, 2009

  • McAliley's affidavit says that he was told by one of the pension board attorneys "that not one single Board member believed Mark Fuller was not lying" when the newly confirmed judge testified to the board under oath in December 2002.

    Andrew Kreig: Siegelman Deserves New Trial Because of Judge's 'Grudge,' Evidence Shows

  • It is called Fifty Questions Every Board Member Should Ask. It asks and answers many of the most important questions all board members should address, from "What is the role of the Board in artistic planning?" to "How do we evaluate a fund-raising or marketing plan?"

    Michael Kaiser: My New Year's Resolutions

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