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JHB;148429 wrote: I agree with the LuvMyKids. The biggest concern is potential misuse of funds/assets. Some might say it's also a concern to have too much weight/decision-making authority with a couple. That could be true, but frankly you'll find that same issue with close friends or sisters or other combinations.
The office of Parlimentarian wouldn't pose much of a conflict for me. Note - that office could actually manipulate things to the benefit of the chair in a very formal situation where Parlimentarian could control what motions are heard. But in a PTO setting, I don't see it as a risk.
One area to watch. You probably have situations where you want two Board members counting money or providing the primary and secondary signature for authorizing an expense. Even though these are both Board members, they should not simultaneously serve in the dual sign-off role.