Question: Correcting grammar in our bylaws

Do we need an amendment to go back and correct grammar and punctuation in our existing bylaws?

Asked by Anonymous



Advice from PTO Today

Craig writes:
If you're talking about a straightforward grammatical change -- a sentence was inadvertently written with the wrong tense of the verb, for example -- I'd say no. If you're talking about rewriting sentences to make them clearer, then yes, you probably should vote. I'd present all of the changes at once and ask for a vote by acclimation (voice vote) at a meeting. That should be sufficient if these are changes no one will object to.

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