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Propose NHPA bylaws changes

2018 New Hampshire Press Association proposed bylaw changes:

Current

Article IV: Board of Directors

Section 2: The Board of Directors will consist of seven members:  The association’s president, vice president, secretary and treasurer, and three at-large regular members elected by the association at its annual meeting.

Section 4: The board will also have as many as four non-voting ex-officio members consisting of the most-recent former association president, the association’s executive director and as many as two associate members elected at the association’s annual meeting.

Proposed

Article IV: Board of Directors

Section 2: The Board of Directors will consist of nine members:  The association’s president, vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer and assistant treasurer, and three at-large regular members elected by the association at its annual meeting.

Section 4: The board will also have as many as four non-voting ex-officio members consisting of the most-recent former association president, the association’s executive director and as many as two associate members elected at the association’s annual meeting. If those positions are not filled at the annual meeting, the board of directors may appoint ex-officio members by a majority vote of the entire board.

Current

Article V: Officers

Section 1: There will be four officers: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Each will be elected at the association’s annual meeting by a majority of the votes cast and take office at the conclusion of that meeting. Each officer will serve a one-year term, unless re elected. There are no term limits.

Proposed

Article V: Officers

Section 1: There will be six officers: president, vice president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer and assistant treasurer. Each will be elected at the association’s annual meeting by a majority of the votes cast and take office at the conclusion of that meeting. Each officer will serve a one-year term, unless re elected. There are no term limits.

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