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How do we allow a Treasurer elect to stay in that position when it is time to be Treasurer?

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Our Bylaws state: Section 3. The President-Elect and Treasure-Elect, at the close of their terms of office, shall automatically become President and Treasurer, respectively, for a term of two years. Our Treasurer-Elect wishes to stay on for another term. This is agreeable with the board, but how do we do this legally?

Dear Mary,

It is simple--amend your bylaws. But, does the Treasurer want to stay Treasurer for another year?

Cheerio,

Little Ben


Question submitted by Mary on May 16, 2013