Now we all know that the more complex way to compel the board to dismiss the General Manager is by a process of voting by special ballot. To bring clarity to that possibility the bylaws clearly state that there are three simple methods as follows: ”
….. If the Corporation has fifty (50) or more members, the removal shall be approved or ratified by the affirmative vote of a majority of all the votes represented and voting at a duly held meeting at which a quorum is present, or by written ballot, or by the affirmative vote or written ballot of any greater proportion of the votes as required in these Bylaws or by law.
The question was both brought up and answered by Mr Fiske, himself, in the last Board of Directors session when he blithely remarked aloud that “it would take thousands to remove me”…
Actually, the reality is that only a simple majority of mail in ballots are necessary and any director can be removed.
That doesn’t sound too hard, now does it?