Council Manual Section 9: County Council Committees

IMPACT  Leaflet No. 6, Extension Council Committees

IMPACT  Leaflet No.3, Delegation

IMPACT  Leaflet No. 4, Organizing Committees

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5, Working with Committees

IMPACT  Leaflet No. 5a, Brainstorming

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5b, Nominal Group Techniques

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5c, Quick Discussion Techniques

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5d, Brain Drain

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5e, Committee Task Sheet (DOC)

IMPACT  Leaflet No.5f, Committee Report Form (DOC)

Council calendar

March 1 New council takes office*
March Monthly requisition of county commission*
County quarterly report
UMca C204 Certificate of Membership
Schedule of meeting dates
Affirmative action report
UM-UE 103A, County budget summary
UM-UE 122, County general operating budget
UM-UE 123, County other budget
April Monthly requisition to county commission*
May Monthly requisition to county commission*
June County quarterly report
Monthly requisition to county commission*
July Monthly requisition to county commission*
August Monthly requisition to county commission*
September County quarterly report
Monthly requisition to county commission*
October Nominate budget committee
Nominate election committee
Monthly requisition to county commission*
December Publish legal notice for county election*
County quarterly report
Prepare annual financial summary*
Monthly requisition to county commission*
Prepare annual report*
Present proposed budget to county commission
January Hold council election*
Monthly requisition to county commission*

 

Dates of regular meetings

______________________ County University of Missouri Extension Council
Meetings for the year ending February 28 (29), 20_______,

Month Date Time Type of Meeting
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       

Date of Next Annual Meeting ___________________

 

Chart of Precedence of Motions and Summary of Rules Governing Them

From Roberts Rules of Order, written in 1915.

  May interrupt a speaker Requires a second Debatable Vote required Motions that
may apply
Privileged motions          
1.  To fix time to which to adjourn No Yes Limited Majority Amend, Reconsider
2.  To adjourn (unqualified) No Yes No Majority None
3.  To take a recess No Yes Limited Majority Amend
4.  To rise to a question of privilege Yes No No Chairman rules All
5.  To call for the others of the day Yes No No None None
Subsidiary motions          
6.  To lay on the table No Yes No Majority None
7.  To call for the previous question No Yes No 2/3 Reconsider
8.  To limit: or extend limits, of debate No Yes Limited 2/3 Amend, reconsider
9.  To postpone definitely No Yes Limited Majority Amend, reconsider, previous question
10.  To refer to a committee No Yes Limited Majority Amend, reconsider, previous question
11.  To amend No Yes Yes Majority Amend, reconsider, previous question
12.  To postpone indefinitely No Yes Yes Majority Limited debate, previous question, reconsider
Main motions          
13.  a.    General main motions No Yes Yes Majority All
        b.   Specific main motions          

To take from the table

No Yes No Majority None

To reconsider

Yes Yes Yes Majority Limited debate, previous question, table

To reconsider and have entered on minutes

Yes Yes No None until called for Postpone definitely

To rescind

No Yes Yes 2/3 All

To expunge

No Yes Yes 2/3 All

To adopt a resolution

No Yes Yes Majority All

To adjourn (qualified)

No Yes Limited Majority All

To create orders of the day

No Yes Yes Gen., Maj., Spec. All

(special)

      2/3  

To amend (constitution, etc.)

No Yes Yes 2/3 All
Incidental motions          

To suspend rules

No Yes No 2/3 None

To withdraw a motion

No No No Majority Reconsider

To read papers

No Yes No Majority Reconsider

To object to consideration

Yes No No 2/3 Reconsider

To rise to a point of order

Yes No No Chairman rules or Majority None

To rise to parliamentary inquiry

Yes No No None None

To appeal from the decision of the chair

Yes Yes Limited Majority All except amend

To call for a division of a question

No Yes No Majority Amend

 

Parliamentary Procedure

Based on Roberts Rules of Order
*Not amendable

 

To do this You say this May you interrupt the speaker? Must you be seconded? Is the motion debatable? What vote is required
*Adjourn the meeting "I move the meeting to be adjourned" No Yes No Majority
*Recess the meting "move the meeting be recessed until..." No Yes No Majority
*Complain about noise, room temperature, etc. "Point of privilege" Yes No No No Vote
*Suspend further consideration of something "I move to table the motion" No Yes No Majority
End debate "I move the previous question" No Yes No 2/3 vote
Postpone consideration of something "I move this matter to be referred to a committee" No Yes Yes Majority
Have something studied further "I move this matter to be referred to a committee" No Yes Yes Majority
Amend a motion "I move that this motion be amend by" No Yes Yes Majority
Introduce business (a primary motion) "I move that ..." No Yes Yes Majority
*Object to a procedure or to a personal affront "Point of order" Yes No No No vote, chair decides
*Request information "Point of information" Yes No No No vote
*Ask for a vote by actual county to verify a voice vote "I call for a division of the house" No No No No vote
*Object to considering some undiplomatic matter "I object to consideration of this question" Yes No No 2/3 vote
*Take up a matter previously tabled "I move to take from the table" No Yes No Majority
Reconsider something already disposed of "I move to reconsider the action relative to ..." Yes Yes Yes Majority
Consider something out of its scheduled order "I move to suspend the rules and consider ..." No Yes No 2/3 vote
Vote on a ruling by the chair "I appeal the chair's decision" Yes Yes Yes Majority
*source unknown