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Get Recommendations to the Board

All actions, recommendations, and policies of a neighborhood council committee are subject to approval by official action of the board.1 But the board can only approve things that are on their agenda.

Thus, if your committee has made any recommendations, it’s important to get them on the board agenda so the board can act on them.

The board agenda is usually set by the board president or chair. Make sure they know to put your committee’s recommendations onto the board agenda.2

  1. This is laid out in Article VII, Section 3, subsection A of the neighborhood council bylaws. 

  2. Check your NC bylaws, Article VIII, Section 2, for details on how the board agenda is set.