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Mr. Adams, from the committee ... reported the motion amended ...
John Quincy Adams
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 14002|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Senate|
|The Physical Object|
The minutes of the Aug meeting were accepted as amended on a motion by Ms. Reed (Ms. Rueff). State Library Report New Members: Mr. Corridan announced that we have many libraries interested in joining Evergreen Indiana and requested that the Executive Committee authorize the State Library to accept applications with a November 1. Mr. Galvin of Canton, for the committee on Rules, reported, in each instance, that the resolutions ought to be adopted. Under suspension of the rules, in each instance, on motion of Mr. Wong of Saugus, the reso-lutions (reported by the committee on Bills in the Third Reading to be correctly drawn) were considered forthwith; and they were adopted.
Mr. Duncan of South Carolina (for himself, Mr. Austin Scott of Georgia, and Mr. Wittman) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Natural Resources, and in addition to the Committees on Agriculture, the Judiciary, Energy and Commerce, Transportation and Infrastructure, and Ways and Means, for a period to be. MOTION: Ms. Adams made a motion to approve the recommendation. Mr. Todd seconded the motion. VOTE: The motion passed. Mr. Baker presented the report of the Finance Committee. RECOMMENDATIONS: That the Council approve a state appropriation recommendation to the Governor and General Assembly in the amount of $,, in.
the motion to refer a motion to a committee should include number on committee, how appointed, powers and when to report after there has been discussion on a motion with no new ideas or info being preserved, the official will say to stop the discussion is to. I then wrote a fair copy, reported it to the committee, and from them, unaltered to the Congress.” Staunchly in favor of independence, Adams gave an one of many impassioned speeches on July 1, when Congress reconvened. The following is the Adams’ speech as Daniel Webster imagined it.
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Awarded Contract (Mr. Adams) (Pages ) B. Regulations Related to Criminal Background Checks, Amendment, Notice of Intent (Mr. Adams) (Pages ) C. 16 KAR Kentucky Teacher Internship Program, Amendment, Notice of Intent (Ms. Brockman) (Page 47) Board Comments Following a motion in open session, it is anticipated that the board.
Agenda Book 4 J Report of the Chair Executive Director Mid-Year Evaluation Discussion General Counsel Lisa Lang apprised the Board of two issues regarding the executive director mid-year evaluation. She said that the policy needed to be amended.
An example of a motion is, “I move that our club hold a car wash next Saturday at the Ace Grocery Store parking lot." The motion is seconded and debate begins. Someone wanting to change a part of the motion will obtain recognition from the chairperson and say "I move to amend the motion by.
" There are then three basic ways to amend a motion. The County Board of Champaign County, I1 1 inois, met at a Regular Meeting, Tuesday, Jat A. M., in the County Office Building, E.
Main Street, Urbana, Illinois, with Gary D. Adams presiding and Dennis R. Bing as Secretary of the Meeting. #### A prayer was given by Mr. Clair Federer. authorized and an amended resolution to include items admitted to under oath by the teacher in the criminal trial.
Executive Session. Motion by Ms. Plomer, second by Mr. Jennings to recess into executive session to discuss the new charter school application pursuant to C.R.S.
SPEAKER: Your procedural Rules Committee (Rep. Carlson, Chairman) recommends that the House and Joint Rules of the 62nd Legislative Assembly, as adopted on Wednesday, December 8,be amended as follows for the extraordinary session of. Mr. Broadbent also reported on behalf of the Virginia Genealogical Society, stating that its fall conference would be in Lynchburg this year.
Committee/Division Reports Public Library Development Committee. Carol Adams gave a report on behalf of. Motion carried. Bauman, reporting for the Budget and Finance Committee, offered the motion to approve the payment of $34, to the USDA Soil Conservation for the Soil Mapping Project, seconded by Mr.
Dunn. Motion carried. Bauman reported that Champaign County received the 4th and final payment of Revenue Sharing. There was a board discussion on the committee chairs. Motion was made by Mrs. Walker, seconded by Ms. Koerner to approve the appointments to committee chairs as amended.
Finance & Personnel – Ms. Snell Buildings & Grounds – Mr. Redding High School Renovations – Mr. Gingerich Academic Affairs – Ms. Koerner Transportation – Mrs.
Stroup. Chief Justice Durrant reported on the following items: Last week, Chief Justice Durrant and Mr. Becker met with Mr. Roger Tew and Mr. David Bird, members of the Judicial Compensation Committee. A letter will be sent to the Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission (JPEC).
Mr. Emblidge, committee chair, reported that the committee had received updates from Library Development and Networking staff on State Aid, library programming, and on Tumble Books, an exciting electronic resource for young children. He asked Carol Adams, assistant director for library development and networking, to share the details with the full.
2 Human Services, Health & Education Committee Wednesday, January 4, Amended February 8, B. Office for the Aging 1. RSVP Contracts – Mrs. Baroody requested authorization to renew contracts with the Institute for Human Services for Special Projects at $20, annually, and Volunteer Coordination at $42, Motion to Refer to a Committee Made in order or to give a committee an opportunity to obtain additional necessary information, or to allow a committee to make a recommendation to the body, or to delay a vote until a more favorable time.
“I move to refer this motion to the _____ committee for further considerationFile Size: KB. Motion by Mr. Jennings, second by Mr. Batz, to approve the agenda as stated, with the removal of the She reported the kickoff of the Adams County Student Survey in October and the Motion by Ms.
Mitchell, second by Mr. Jennings, to accept the amended recommendation of the. Carlos Braceras, Executive Director, reported that UDOT was the recipient of the America’s Transportation Awards Grand Prize and the President’s Transportation Award for Highways for the I Core project in Utah County, which Mr.
Jensen was a big part of. Jensen also announced that he would be retiring from UDOT on November 22nd. Collins asked for a motion to adopt the agenda. On motion by Mr. Sheller, second by Mr. Harrison the committee unanimously voted to adopt the amended agenda.
Collins asked for a motion to approve the minutes of the meeting of Ap and asked whether there were any additions or corrections. Sheller noted a typing error, that. McKay reported that the committee had approved 18 pharmacists since the last The motion to accept the amended revision was Dr.
Anderson explained the rationale for amending HB of the Regular Session. She then moved and Mr. Adams seconded, Resolved, that the Board approve the proposed amendment to HB. The minutes of the Aug meeting were accepted as amended on a motion by Mary Reed and second by Mary Rueff.
(all in favor) Update on the Hussey-Mayfield Migration. Rick Deuschle gave an update on the migration of Hussey-Mayfield which went live on Monday, Aug Management Committee at their August 16 meeting to be discussed further at the September Council meeting.
Discussion took place. Motion: Judge Mortensen moved to approve an exemption for 24 months. The motion was amended to approve an exemption for 12 months. Upon expiration of the month period, Mr.
Change Request Form as amended. Voted: (JF/NA) made a motion to approve the second reading of Policy EEAA-E– Transportation Change Request Form as amended. School Committee Sub Committee Reports Ms. Tolson updated the committee on the regionalization meetings that she has been attending with Avon Public Schools.MOTION: AUTHORIZING THE COMMISSIONER OF SOCIAL SERVICES TO ENTER INTO A CONTRACT WITH THE CONTINUUM OF CARE FOR A TOTAL COST OF $5, MADE BY MS.
LATTIMER. SECONDED BY MRS. LANDO. ALL BEING IN FAVOR. MOTION CARRIES IV. OTHER BUSINESS A. Health Services Review Committee – Mr.
Hauryski stated that he believes the Health .In parliamentary procedure, the motion to commit (or refer) is used to refer another motion—usually a main motion—to a committee. A motion to commit should specify to which committee the matter is to be referred, and if the committee is a special committee appointed specifically for purposes of the referred motion, it should also specify the number of committee members and the method of Class: Subsidiary motion.