Board of Directors Meeting 20190825

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Agenda has been locked down per the 48-hour cutoff policy. Negotiate with the Secretary if you feel an agenda item needs to be added or updated.

Time, location

20190825 15:00 Dallas Makerspace

YouTube Live Link

https://www.youtube.com/c/DallasmakerspaceOrg/live

Yeah, not so much so. Sorry 'bout that.

Prior minutes

Financial Statement

File:Treasurers Report 8.19.2019.pdf

Member Recognition and Complaints

Member recognition (above and beyond) and member complaints will be considered before other business. This will allow members that are interested or involved with either to leave without having to sit thru the entire meeting.


Consent Agenda

Newly proposed agenda items appear in the consent agenda. Any member present at the meeting may pull an item out of the consent agenda for discussion, at which point it goes under "New Business". If nobody objects to the solutions presented by the consent agenda, everything in the consent agenda passes by consensus. Items that have more than one proposed solution should be moved to the "New Business" section.

Any member may edit this wiki page and place an item on the agenda. However, discussion of agenda items should be done via the forums. The cut-off time for addition to or revision of all agenda items is 48 hours prior to the meeting.

Please note, agenda items (Consent, New, or Old) that request spending $200 or more must include a section on "Relevance to our tax exempt purpose".

A capital equipment form (listed at the bottom of the Finance forms list) is required for all equipment purchase or lease exceeding $5000 for which funds are requested from the Board in part or total, at least two weeks in advance of the board meeting.

Confirm Committee Chairs (Marlow)

Problem: Vacancy in three committee chair positions.

Solution: The following persons are nominated by the respective committees, subject to Board confirmation

  • Tim Bene - Machine Shop Committee; committee "election" 7/27.
  • Kevin Patel - Digital Media committee; committee "election" 7/27.
  • Judy Kriehn - Printmaking committee; committee "election" 7/29.
  • Rich Meyer - Expansion team lead.


Relevance: N/A. No funds required.

Correct Duties of the Committee Chair error (Erik Smith on behalf of Chris Marlow)

Problem: Committee Leadership, rule 3.1 reads as follows:

  1. The principle duty of the Chair is the recruitment of Committee members, and organization of volunteer activities needed to operate and maintain the Committee resources.

The word "principle" (a fundamental truth or proposition) is not the correct term based on the context of the sentence; "principal" (first in order of importance; main) is the correct word.

Solution: Update Committee Leadership, rule 3.1 reads as follows:

  1. The principal duty of the Chair is the recruitment of Committee members, and organization of volunteer activities needed to operate and maintain the Committee resources.

Require Chairs use DMS Email (Erik Smith on behalf of Jim Hartnett)

Problem: Committee Leadership and Officers use personal emails to conduct DMS business. This leads to a lack of accountability, audit problems, and inconsistent communications as well as a poor appearance when not used by individuals interacting with a potential sponsor.

Solution: Require chairs, officers, and individuals acting in a DMS capacity with 3rd parties via email to use DMS’ provided email system. This system has been available to every member for some time, and will not incur additional costs nor technical requirements as this is only a policy change.

Clarify Rule Regarding Theft (Erik Smith)

Problem: Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:

  • Tools/resources must stay on the premises so that other members may use them.[3]

(footnote): Removing tools/resources from the space without authorization from an Officer or member of the Board of Directors is considered theft.

The intent of the rule is to indicate that unauthorized removal is theft however with that clarification relegated to a non-binding footnote the rule is unclear.

Solution: Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:

  • Tools/resources must stay on the premises so that other members may use them. Removing tools/resources from the space without authorization from an Officer or member of the Board of Directors is theft.
    • An Officer or Director may authorize the temporary removal of a tool/resource for purposes relevant to organizational business
    • The Chair or Vice-Chair of the Committee responsible for the tool/resource may authorize its removal for maintenance purposes but shall notify the Board of Directors of its removal, the specific purpose of its removal, the party/parties in custody, and its expected date of return.
    • Committees may authorize the routine borrowing of portable tools for legitimate member learning opportunities through clearly-defined checkout processes lasting no longer than 48 hours that do not interfere with scheduled classes/events and complete, accessible records of checked-out tools are kept


Alt Solution: Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:

  • An Officer or Director may authorize the temporary removal of a tool/resource for purposes relevant to organizational business
  • The Chair or Vice-Chair of the Committee responsible for the tool/resource may authorize its removal for maintenance purposes but shall notify the Officers of its removal, the specific purpose of its removal, the party/parties in custody, and its expected date of return
  • Committees may authorize the temporary removal of portable tools/equipment for structured events or classes scheduled through the calendar for periods of 48 hours or less and shall notify the Officers in each instance

Alt ASlt Solution: Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:

  • An Officer or Director may authorize the temporary removal of a tool/resource for purposes relevant to organizational business
  • The Chair or Vice-Chair of a Committee responsible for the tool/resource may authorize its removal for maintenance purposes but shall maintain sufficient records
  • Committees may authorize the routine borrowing of portable tools for legitimate member learning opportunities through clearly-defined checkout processes lasting no longer than 48 hours that do not interfere with scheduled classes/events and complete, accessible records of checked-out tools are kept; tools borrowed for more than 48 hours may be reported to the authorities as stolen

... and remove the previous footnote.

Add DM exception to Clarification Rule Regarding Theft (Kevin Patel)

Problem: Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, add sub-sub bullet 1:

Digital Media needs to use equipment off site as part of it's daily function and would impose an unneeded, overburdening and untimely demand on the BOD.

Solution: Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, add sub-sub bullet 1 reads as follows:

  • Digital Media chair may approve use of equipment off-site with out it being considered theft.


Merge Software Development Committee into VCC (Dwight Spencer and Mike Cole)

Problem: We have two committees that overlap in purpose and would be better served to be merged into one committee. The Software Development Committee has voted to merge.

Solution: Merge Software Development Committee and VCC Computer Committee into one committee and name the committee “Hackerspace”. All funds, equipment and resources from both committees shall be merged. Brief Purpose: In the Hackerspace you learn how to create software and hack hardware.

Relevance: N/A. No additional funds required.

Permanent Product Photography (Kevin Patel)

Problem: People want to take photos of their creations. DMS could use more photos of things people create floating around AOL. They can't do it quickly because they don't have time or know how to setup and tear down product photography. Digital Media voted for creating a product photography permanent setup to help makers but Logistics turned it down.

Solution: Allow one of the North tables to be permanently setup for photography.

Old Business

Finance Rules (Brian Davis)

Tabled at 7/24 BoD Meeting for late submission.

Original Submission:

Problem: Our rules and practices need to be updated to prevent transactions creating a conflict of interest, and to prevent self-dealing wherever possible. Although a larger rules overhaul is coming in a few months, these rules are needed today to address some existing practices that need to be stopped to prevent some potentially serious compliance issues with the IRS.

Solution: Append Standing Rules Finance to include the following additional rules:

  • To avoid conflicts of interest, all direct payments of DMS funds to DMS members, regardless of purpose, must be approved and/or performed by the Treasurer prior to the action necessitating payment being performed.
  • All contracts, agreements, or payments for services rendered, must be approved by the Board, and performed by the Treasurer, to ensure proper tax accounting and legal compliance.
  • All sales of DMS property must be approved by the Board or their delegate prior to sale. All payments for property sold must be remitted directly to Finance. Chairs or Members are not permitted to accept payment directly.
  • All contracts or agreements, whether written or verbal, between the Dallas Makerspace and any other party, must be approved in advance by the Board of Directors, without exception or limit. The Board may choose to delegate this authority to an Officer of the Corporation.
  • Purchase agents are not authorized to make purchases from members, pay any person for services rendered, or to use their credit cards in a manner intended to circumvent these rules or review processes.
  • Cash will not be accepted for membership dues payment.

Alt Solution: Append Standing Rules Finance to include the following additional rules:

  • To avoid conflicts of interest, all direct payments of DMS funds to DMS members, regardless of purpose, must be approved and/or performed by the Treasurer prior to the action necessitating payment being performed.
  • All sales of DMS property must be approved by the Board or their delegate prior to sale. All payments for property sold must be remitted directly to Finance. Chairs or Members are not permitted to accept payment directly.
  • Purchase agents are not authorized to make purchases from members, pay any person for services rendered, or to use their credit cards in a manner intended to circumvent these rules or review processes.
  • Cash will not be accepted for membership dues payment.

Establishment of Volunteer Recognition Comittee (Ryan Davidson and Amanda Miller)

Tabled at 7/24 BoD Meeting at request of sponsor.

Original Submission:

Problem: As Dallas Makerspace continues to grow in membership size the percentage of members regularly volunteering in any manner continues to shrink. Volunteers feel lost in the crowd and unrecognized. Discussions recur nearly daily about needing more people to volunteer. We need more members to teach, to clean, to repair tools, or any of the other hundreds of volunteer tasks needed. Volunteerism is a key component of DMS and necessary to ensure we remain an institution bonded by our sense of community not a group of customers. Unfortunately, steps to inspire volunteer efforts have been largely uncoordinated and existing comittees are already wearing many hats within their respective departments. No one is in charge of recognizing our volunteers on a consistent basis. Dallas Makerspace needs to make a public showing that leadership encourages and supports the volunteers. We need to ensure consistent action demonstrating leadership appreciates those volunteers and wants to recognize their efforts.

Solution: Create a new “Volunteer Recognition” committee. This committee will be responsible for the inspiration and recognition of volunteering at DMS. With the creation of the committee we ask for a monthly stipend of $75. The money will be used to provide recognition in creative manners to those volunteers who go above and beyond. This can include teaching without taking honorarium, helping with maintenance and cleanup, expansion, or any other volunteer activities.

Relevance: Better consistency of volunteer efforts will yield a greater sense of community and better maintenance of DMS as a whole. In turn, we should see less churn and burnout overall.

Schedule Special Election to Replace Resigned Board Member (Mike Cole [Draco])

Tabled at 7/24 BoD Meeting to await advice from legal counsel.

Original Submission:

Problem: M. Blatz has resigned from the Board of Directors. Our Bylaws require us to have 5 board members and also specify that board members are elected.

DMS Bylaws Section 2.1 Board of Directors

“1. The Board shall consist of five (5) elected persons…”

Solution: Schedule a Special Election Member Meeting to elect a board member to replace M. Blatz

Relevance: May require money for a mailing of notice to voting members.

New Business

Create the Office of the President (Erik Smith on behalf of the Board of Directors)

Problem: The Office of the President - a position required in our bylaws - is not clearly defined.

Solution: Adopt the following Charter for the President, to be prominently displayed on the Wiki in a page titled President, similar to the [Treasurer] page:

Section 1: Appointment of President

  1. Dallas Makerspace’s Board of Directors appoints the President and can remove the President.
    1. Appointment is by a majority vote of all Board members.
    2. Removal is by a majority vote of all Board members after considering material facts and circumstances.
    3. The President reports to and receives direction from the Board.
  2. The President is an executive, corporate officer and will be indemnified and defended by Dallas Makerspace (DMS) just as a Board member would be.
  3. The President’s term begins upon appointment and terminates in accordance with DMS Bylaws.

Section 2: President’s Responsibilities and Authority:

  1. DMS Bylaws – Know and comply with Dallas Makerspace Bylaws and Standing Rules.
  2. Assist in the day-to-day operations of DMS, coordinate actions of other DMS officers (the Secretary, the Treasurer, and any other appointed Officers), and coordinate DMS activities with committee chairs and committee vice-chairs.
  3. Preside over Member meetings.
  4. Represent DMS at public events and act as an agent of DMS. In that capacity the President:
    1. May act on Dallas Makerspace’s behalf by signing governance/regulatory compliance- related documents and records.
    2. Is authorized to expend up to $500 of Dallas Makerspace’s money, to achieve DMS goals, without Board approval. (The Board of Directors shall review all expenditures after the fact and advise the President on such related future expenditures.)
    3. Recommend expenditures, which exceed $500, to the Board. Expenditures exceeding $500 require approval by the Board prior to commitment.
    4. Sign checks in accordance with the Bylaws and Standing Rules.
  5. Record Review – Is granted access to Dallas Makerspace’s books, records, and premises in order to perform assigned duties.
  6. Strategic Planning – Responsible for leading and coordinating efforts to identify and implement the DMS mission and long term goals. Present recommended goals and actions to the Board for action.
  7. Contracts – Review contracts for services, materials, and other property, and recommend actions to the Board.
  8. Delegation – In order to adequately perform all duties, the President may delegate certain activities to individuals who are then held to the same level of fiduciary duty and confidentiality requirements as the President. However, the President may not delegate the following:
    1. Knowledge of DMS Bylaws and Standing Rules
    2. General responsibility for day-to-day operations
    3. Acting as an agent for DMS and signature authority

Appoint a President (Erik Smith on behalf of the Board of Directors)

Problem: The Office of the President has been filled on a pro tem basis by James Henningson with the understanding that he would step aside when a qualified member was found.

Solution: Appoint a qualified member as President

Emergency Items

Items requiring immediate action by the BoD for safety.

Set Next BoD Meeting

Minutes

Preliminary minutes

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CALL TO ORDER 15:01


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ATTENDANCE
- Scott Blevins
- Julie Harris
- James Henningson
- Ken Purcell


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PRIOR MINUTES

- MOTION: APPROVE PRIOR MINUTES
  - Proposed by: Ken
  - Seconded by: James
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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FINANCIAL STATEMENT: None because the Treasurer is indisposed due to medical emergency; plan to release as soon as opssible


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Member Recognition

Thanks to Rich Meyer returning to lead Expansion

Thanks to Kevin Patel submitting for MaTCH grant; we did not win but Kevin put significant effort into it and this lays the groundwork for fututre grants


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Scott Blevins: some clarification regarding meetings - most of our meetings are officer & director meetings; would like clarification to our language regarding these; bylaws and standing rules are less than clear


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Consent Agenda

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6.1	Confirm Committee Chairs (Marlow)
- AS WRITTEN: Appoint the following committee chairs
Tim Bene - Machine Shop Committee
Kevin Patel - Digital Media committee
Judy Kriehn - Printmaking committee
Rich Meyer - Expansion team lead
- MOTION: - 
"
Appoint the following individuals to the following positions:
Tim Bene - Machine Shop Committee
Kevin Patel - Digital Media committee
Judy Kriehn - Printmaking committee
Rich Meyer - Expansion group chair
"
  - Proposed: James
  - Seconded: Ken
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED

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6.2	Correct Duties of the Committee Chair error (Erik Smith on behalf of Chris Marlow)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Update Committee Leadership, rule 3.1 reads as follows:
1. The principal duty of the Chair is the recruitment of Committee members, and organization of volunteer activities needed to operate and maintain the Committee resources.
"
- MOTION: AS WRITTEN
  - Proposed: James
  - Seconded: Ken
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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6.3	Require Chairs use DMS Email (Erik Smith on behalf of Jim Hartnett)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Require chairs, officers, and individuals acting in a DMS capacity with 3rd parties via email to use DMS’ provided email system. This system has been available to every member for some time, and will not incur additional costs nor technical requirements as this is only a policy change.
"
- MOTION: 
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: Julie
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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6.4	Clarify Rule Regarding Theft (Erik Smith)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:
'
Tools/resources must stay on the premises so that other members may use them. Removing tools/resources from the space without authorization from an Officer or member of the Board of Directors is theft.
An Officer or Director may authorize the temporary removal of a tool/resource for purposes relevant to organizational business
The Chair or Vice-Chair of the Committee responsible for the tool/resource may authorize its removal for maintenance purposes but shall notify the Board of Directors of its removal, the specific purpose of its removal, the party/parties in custody, and its expected date of return.
Committees may authorize the routine borrowing of portable tools for legitimate member learning opportunities through clearly-defined checkout processes lasting no longer than 48 hours that do not interfere with scheduled classes/events and complete, accessible records of checked-out tools are kept
'
"
- MOTION: 
"
Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, reads as follows:
'
5. Tools/resources must stay on the premises so that other members may use them. Removing tools/resources from the space without authorization from an Officer or member of the Board of Directors is theft.
* An Officer or Director may authorize the temporary removal of a tool/resource for purposes relevant to organizational business
* The Chair or Vice-Chair of a Committee responsible for the tool/resource may authorize its removal for maintenance purposes but shall maintain sufficient records
Committees may authorize the routine borrowing of portable tools for legitimate member learning opportunities through clearly-defined checkout processes lasting no longer than 48 hours that do not interfere with scheduled classes/events and complete, accessible records of checked-out tools are kept; tools borrowed for more than 48 hours may be reported to the authorities as stolen
'
"
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: Scott
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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6.5	Add DM exception to Clarification Rule Regarding Theft (Kevin Patel)
- AS WRITTEN:
"
Update Code of Conduct, Rule 5, sub-bullet 5, add sub-sub bullet 1 reads as follows:
'
Digital Media chair may approve use of equipment off-site with out it being considered theft.
'
"
- MOTION: WITHDRAWN BY SPONSOR


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6.6	Merge Software Development Committee into VCC (Dwight Spencer and Mike Cole)
- AS WRITTEN:
"
Merge Software Development Committee and VCC Computer Committee into one committee and name the committee “Hackerspace”. All funds, equipment and resources from both committees shall be merged. Brief Purpose: In the Hackerspace you learn how to create software and hack hardware.
"
- MOTION: AS WRITTEN
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: James
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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6.7	Permanent Product Photography (Kevin Patel)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Allow one of the North tables to be permanently setup for photography.
"
- MOTION: Table
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: Scott
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION TABLED


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OLD BUSINESS

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7.1	Finance Rules (Brian Davis)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Append Standing Rules Finance to include the following additional rules:
'
* To avoid conflicts of interest, all direct payments of DMS funds to DMS members, regardless of purpose, must be approved and/or performed by the Treasurer prior to the action necessitating payment being performed.
* All contracts, agreements, or payments for services rendered, must be approved by the Board, and performed by the Treasurer, to ensure proper tax accounting and legal compliance.
* All sales of DMS property must be approved by the Board or their delegate prior to sale. All payments for property sold must be remitted directly to Finance. Chairs or Members are not permitted to accept payment directly.
* All contracts or agreements, whether written or verbal, between the Dallas Makerspace and any other party, must be approved in advance by the Board of Directors, without exception or limit. The Board may choose to delegate this authority to an Officer of the Corporation.
Purchase agents are not authorized to make purchases from members, pay any person for services rendered, or to use their credit cards in a manner intended to circumvent these rules or review processes.
* Cash will not be accepted for membership dues payment.
- MOTION : 
"
Append Standing Rules, Finance Section to include the following additional rules:
'
* To avoid conflicts of interest, all direct payments of DMS funds to DMS members, regardless of purpose, must be approved and/or performed by the Treasurer prior to the action necessitating payment being performed.
* All sales of DMS property must be approved by the Board or their delegate prior to sale. All payments for property sold must be remitted directly to Finance. Chairs or Members are not permitted to accept payment directly.
* Purchase agents are not authorized to make purchases from members, pay any person for services rendered, or to use their credit cards in a manner intended to circumvent these rules or review processes.
* Cash will not be accepted for membership dues payment.
'
"
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: Scott
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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7.2	Establishment of Volunteer Recognition Committee (Ryan Davidson and Amanda Miller)
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Create a new 'Volunteer Recognition' committee. This committee will be responsible for the inspiration and recognition of volunteering at DMS. With the creation of the committee we ask for a monthly stipend of $75. The money will be used to provide recognition in creative manners to those volunteers who go above and beyond. This can include teaching without taking honorarium, helping with maintenance and cleanup, expansion, or any other volunteer activities.
"
- MOTION: Table, PR to report back next month
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: Scott
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION TABLED


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7.3	Schedule Special Election to Replace Resigned Board Member (Mike Cole [Draco])
- AS WRITTEN: 
"
Schedule a Special Election Member Meeting to elect a board member to replace M. Blatz
"
- MOTION: TABLE
  - Proposed: James
  - Seconded: Ken
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION TABLED


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NEW BUSINESS

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8.1 Create the Office of the President (Erik Smith on behalf of the Board of Directors)
- AS WRITTEN : 
"
Adopt the following Charter for the President, to be prominently displayed on the Wiki in a page titled President, similar to the [Treasurer] page:
'
Section 1: Appointment of President

Dallas Makerspace’s Board of Directors appoints the President and can remove the President.
Appointment is by a majority vote of all Board members.
Removal is by a majority vote of all Board members after considering material facts and circumstances.
The President reports to and receives direction from the Board.
The President is an executive, corporate officer and will be indemnified and defended by Dallas Makerspace (DMS) just as a Board member would be.
The President’s term begins upon appointment and terminates in accordance with DMS Bylaws.
Section 2: President’s Responsibilities and Authority:

DMS Bylaws – Know and comply with Dallas Makerspace Bylaws and Standing Rules.
Assist in the day-to-day operations of DMS, coordinate actions of other DMS officers (the Secretary, the Treasurer, and any other appointed Officers), and coordinate DMS activities with committee chairs and committee vice-chairs.
Preside over Member meetings.
Represent DMS at public events and act as an agent of DMS. In that capacity the President:
May act on Dallas Makerspace’s behalf by signing governance/regulatory compliance- related documents and records.
Is authorized to expend up to $500 of Dallas Makerspace’s money, to achieve DMS goals, without Board approval. (The Board of Directors shall review all expenditures after the fact and advise the President on such related future expenditures.)
Recommend expenditures, which exceed $500, to the Board. Expenditures exceeding $500 require approval by the Board prior to commitment.
Sign checks in accordance with the Bylaws and Standing Rules.
Record Review – Is granted access to Dallas Makerspace’s books, records, and premises in order to perform assigned duties.
Strategic Planning – Responsible for leading and coordinating efforts to identify and implement the DMS mission and long term goals. Present recommended goals and actions to the Board for action.
Contracts – Review contracts for services, materials, and other property, and recommend actions to the Board.
Delegation – In order to adequately perform all duties, the President may delegate certain activities to individuals who are then held to the same level of fiduciary duty and confidentiality requirements as the President. However, the President may not delegate the following:
Knowledge of DMS Bylaws and Standing Rules
General responsibility for day-to-day operations
Acting as an agent for DMS and signature authority
'
"
- MOTION: AS WRITTEN
  - Proposed: Ken
  - Seconded: James
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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8.2 Appoint a President (Erik Smith on behalf of the Board of Directors)
- MOTION: Appoint Lara Rosenblith as Dallas Makerspace President
  - Proposed: James
  - Seconded: Julie
- VOTE
  - In Favor: Unanimous
  - Opposed: 
  - Abstained: 
- MOTION PASSED


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NEXT MEETING 2019-09-08 15:00


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17:11 MEETING ADJOURNED

Action Items

Status Item Description Responsible Party
[X] Update Committee Chairs Secretary
[X] Update Rules 3.1 Secretary
[X] Update Rules 2.5 Secretary
[X] Update Finance Rules (Section 9) Secretary
[X] Create President page Secretary
[X] Update Officers page Secretary