BY-LAWS
OF
ALBERT PIKE LODGE No.
1169
A. F. & A. M.

Article:  
Name of Lodge
Meetings of the Lodge
Officers
Election of Officers
Duties of Officers
Standing Committees
Fees for the Degrees
Dimits
Lodge Dues
Visiting Brethren
Miscellaneous Regulations
Order of Business
Rules of Business
Amendments of Bylaws
Approval
Amendments of Bylaws
Amendment I
  Amendment II
  Amendment III
  Amendment IV
  Amendment V
  Amendment VI
  Amendment VII
  Amendment VIII
  Amendment IX
  Amendment X
  Amendment XI
  Amendment XII
  Amendment XIII
  Amendment XIV
  Amendment XV
  Amendment XVI
  Amendment XVII
  Amendment XVIII
  Amendment XIX
  Amendment XX


ARTICLE I
Name of Lodge

This Lodge was chartered by the Grand Lodge of Texas on the 9th day of December 1921, and shall be known by the name and style of ALBERT PIKE Lodge No. 1169, of Ancient free and Accepted Masons. This Lodge subscribes to and shall be governed by the Constitution, Laws, Resolutions, and Edicts of the Grand Lodge of Texas. top

ARTICLE II
Meetings of the Lodge

Section 1. The stated meetings shall be held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 7:30 o'clock p.m.

Section 2. Called meetings may be made by the Worshipful Master (or in his absence or inability to serve by the Senior Warden, or in the absence of both Master and Senior Warden, then by the Junior Warden), at such times as they, or either of them,, having the right to act,, may think important, or to the interest of the Craft.

Section 3. As many members as possible should be notified of such called meetings, and no business shall be transacted at same, except such as was specified in the call. top

ARTICLE III
Officers of the Lodge

The officers of this Lodge shall be a Worshipful Master, Senior and Junior Wardens, Treasurer, Secretary, Chaplain, Senior and Junior Deacons, Senior and Junior Stewards, and Tiler. top

ARTICLE IV
Election of Officers

Section 1. The Worshipful Master, Wardens, Treasurer, Secretary and Senior and Junior Deacons shall be elected, all other officers shall be appointed.

Section 2. In the election of officers, should only one name be placed in nomination, the vote may be taken without ballot; but should more than one Brother be placed in nomination, the members shall-prepare their ballots, which shall be taken up and counted at the Secretary's desk., and the number of votes received by each Brother reported to the presiding officer, and he shall declare the Brother receiving a majority of all the votes cast duly elected.

Section 3. In the event no Brother has such majority., the ballot will be repeated until such result is attained. Blank votes shall not be considered in estimating the result. top

ARTICLE V
Duties of Officers

Section 1. Worshipful Master-It shall be the duty of the Worshipful Master to see that the By-Laws of the Lodge, as well as the Constitution and Regulations of the Grand Lodge are duly observed, and that the officers attend strictly to their duties.

Section 2. Treasurer-It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to hold all deeds, certificates of stock, notes, bonds, obligations, or other property of a financial character, belonging to the Lodge, and to collect and receive the same when directed by the Lodge; to receive all moneys from the hands of the Secretary, passing his receipt for the same; and pay them out only upon receiving a warrant, signed by the Worshipful Master and Secretary, and consent of the Lodge,

Section 3. He shall keep a correct account of the same, and report minutely the financial condition of the Lodge and report to the Lodge upon his finances whenever directed by the Lodge to do so. He shall balance his books and turn same over to the Finance Committee at the end of June each year* For his services he shall receive an amount as set by the Lodge from time to time and be exempt from payment of dues,

Section 4. Secretary-It shall be the duty of the Secretary to carefully observe the proceedings of the Lodge; make a correct record of all things proper to be written, and to receive all moneys due the Lodge; turning them over to the Treasurer, taking his receipt for the same.

Section 5. It shall also be the duty of the Secretary:

  1. To keep all books and papers relating to the proceedings of the Lodge.
  2. To authenticate all official papers and documents emanating from the Lodge with the seal of the same.
  3. To notify all Brethren of their election to office, if they were not present at the time of election.
  4. To notify the Grand Secretary, as prescribed by law, of the suspension or expulsion of members, and of the rejection of applicants; to issue all summons dimits, and notices as he may be directed; to make out and transmit to the Grand Secretary the annual returns of this Lodge; remit also to him the Grand Lodge due report to the Grand Secretary the names of all Brethren elected to Resident or Dual Membership; and perform all other duties appertaining to his office.
  5. To report to the Lodge, through the Treasurer, the amounts and items of his receipts and disbursements in the General Working Fund at the end of June each year and whenever directed by the Lodge to do so.
  6. For his services he shall receive an amount as set by the Lodge from time to time and be exempt from payment of dues.

Section 6. Tiler-It shall be the duty of the Tiler to see that the Lodge room is kept clean and in order; and that the various articles of furniture are in their appropriate places; to strictly guard the door during the sitting of the Lodge; to summon the members of the Lodge to all called meetings where a summons is necessary, and be punctual in his attendance. For the performance of these, and such other duties as may appertain to his office, he shall receive an amount as set by the Lodge from time to time and be exempt from payment of dues. top

ARTICLE VI
Standing Committees

Section 1. The Worshipful Master, Senior and Junior Wardens shall constitute a Standing Committee on Fraternal Assistance, Sickness, and Arbitration, a majority of whom may at all times act, and are responsible to the Lodge. Their duties are as follows:

  1. Fraternal Assistance- It is their duty to examine all claimants for assistance, and, if necessary, they may draw upon the Treasurer, in each instance, for an amount not exceeding one hundred dollars ($100.00), reporting the facts in each case to the Lodge at its next stated meeting thereafter.
  2. Sickness- It shall be their duty to visit all sick Brethren (unless it would be dangerous or imprudent to do so), and ascertain their condition and necessities; and to take such action as they may deem proper and necessary, both in regard to the Brother and his family.
  3. Arbitration- It shall also be the duty of this committee to settle all differences between Brethren, unless the parties prefer to bring the matter before the Lodge.

Section 2. Committee on Finance-It shall be the duty of the Worshipful Master, at the first stated meeting after his Installation, to appoint a Standing Committee on Finance, to be composed of three discreet Master Masons, members of this Lodge, and, if possible, men practically acquainted with bookkeeping.

Section 3. It shall be the duty of this committee, at the close of each Masonic year, as soon as appointed, and oftener if required, to carefully examine and check up the reports, books and vouchers of the Secretary and Treasurer, and any other financial matters referred to them; and make a full and accurate report at the next stated meeting of the Lodge, showing the condition of the books and accounts. And should any inaccuracies be found, recommend the necessary steps for their correction. In the matter of ordinary accounts referred to them, they may, if satisfied, report instanter.

Section 4. The reports of said Committee on Finance thus made, shall be read in open Lodge and spread upon the minutes, noting the action taken by the Lodge; and all accounts and claims against the Lodge, when demanded by any Brother, shall first be referred to this committee, before being allowed.

Section 5. Budget Committee-It shall be the duty of the Worshipful Master, at the first stated meeting after his Installation, to appoint a Standing Committee on Budget, to be composed of three discreet Master Masons, members of this Lodge, and, if possible, men practically acquainted with budgeting.

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ARTICLE VIl
Fees for the Degrees

The fees for the degrees of this Lodge shall be an amount not less than prescribed in Article 307 of the Constitution and Laws of the Grand Lodge of Texas. Fees for degrees in this Lodge shall be as follows: For Initiation $60.00, which shall in all cases accompany the Petition; for Passing $50.00; for Raising $50.00 to be paid into the hands of the Secretary, who must in all cases declare himself satisfied before any degree can be conferred. In addition to the regular fees collected by the Lodge a $10.00 contribution to the Masonic Home and School shall be collected from each applicant for the Master Mason's Degree. (Art. 307 and 163-5) Also in addition to the regular fees a $5.00 contribution to the George Washington Masonic Memorial shall be collected from each applicant for the Entered Apprentice Degree. top

ARTICLE VIII
Dimits

A member is chargeable with the pro rata portion of his dues as provided in Art. 317. top

ARTICLE IX
Lodge Dues

Each member of this Lodge (unless herein exempted) shall pay dues from the time of his raising or affiliation, an amount set by the Lodge not less than prescribed in Article 311 of the Constitution and Laws.. The dues of this Lodge shall be $30.00 per calendar year, payable in advance to the Secretary on or before the first day of January each year. A member in arrears for dues on the 24th day of June of such year shall be automatically suspended according to Grand Lodge Law, Article 319. Upon payment of all dues within one year after suspension, the Brother shall be reinstated without action of the Lodge. One Life Membership per year may be given by the Lodge in compliance with Grand Lodge Law. top

ARTICLE X
Visiting Brethren

Section 1. A visitor shall not be admitted except upon due examination or lawful avouchment.

Section 2. In the event that the visiting Brother is a stranger and hails from some Lodge in another Grand Jurisdiction, it shall be the duty of the Secretary to notify the visitor's Lodge that we have had the pleasure of a visit by one of its members, giving the name and date. top

ARTICLE XI
Miscellaneous Regulations

Section 1. Weapons- Weapons, either offensive or defensive, shall not be carried into the Lodge rooms,

Section 2. This Lodge shall present each Worshipful Master with an Endowed Membership, Past Master's Jewel, and a Past Master's Apron, at the expiration of his term of office, and the Senior and Junior Wardens shall be a standing Committee to select such jewel and apron.

Section 3. Endowment Fund- A permanent "Endowment Fund" has been created over the years from funds contributed to or earned by the Lodge from the sale of assets owned by Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169, A.F. & A.M. All such funds have been set aside in a seperate fund to be known as the "Endowment Fund" and shall be kept seperately in the ledger of the Lodge and be deposited in Federallyinsured accounts. The principal in the "Endowment Fund" shall be expended ONLY for some special or urgent need, and such need shall be determined by a two-thirds (2/3) majority vote of the Lodge present at a Communication, only after the Membership of the Lodge shall have been mailed a notice of such Communication and its purpose at least fourteen (14) days prior to said Communication. Up to one-half (1/2) of the interest earned 2 during the previous twelve (12) months on the principal in the "Endowment Fund" MAY be budgeted by the Budget Committee for the operation of the Lodge during the subsequent 1 July through 30 June Budget and fiscal year. The remaining interest on the principal in the "Endowment Fund" shall be expended ONLY for such expenditures that shall be determined by a simple majority vote of the Lodge present at a Communication, only after the Membership of the Lodge shall have been mailed a notice of such Communication and its purpose at least fourteen (14) days prior to said Communication. top

ARTICLE XII
Order of Business

At stated meetings after opening the Lodge in due and Ancient form, a quorum being present, the Order of Business, unless otherwise ordered by the Lodge, or the Worshipful Master, shall be as follows:

  1. Reading, correcting and approval of Minutes of previous meetings
  2. Receiving and referring to Committees of Petitions and Applications
  3. Reports Of Special Committees (including reports of committees on petitions)
  4. Balloting on Petitions and Applications
  5. Reports of Standing Committees (including reports on sickness and distress)
  6. Communications from the Grand Master and the Grand Secretary of the Grand Lodge of Texas
  7. Unfinished Business
  8. Motions, Resolutions and New Business
  9. Examinations for Proficiency in the proper degree
  10. Voting on Proficiency
  11. Claims and Accounts top

ARTICLE XIII
Rules of Business

The rules of conducting the business of this Lodge shall be as nearly as possible the same as those prescribed for the Grand Lodge, and in addition, as follows:

Section 1. When a question is decided, the same matter shall not again be acted on during that meeting, unless on motion to reconsider, which can only be made by a member voting in the majority.. and at that or the next stated meeting, when there must be an equal or greater number of members present than when the action was had.

Section 2. All questions of order shall be decided by the Worshipful Master without appeal or debate; but the Master may ask the advice of any member before deciding; and he has the right., at any time, to declare the Lodge closed or called off, for the purpose of stopping angry debate or confusion.top

ARTICLE XIV
Amendments of By-Laws

Section 1. No amendments of these By-Laws, either by alteration or addition, shall be made, unless in the following manner:

Section 2. The proposed amendment must be in writing, signed by the proposer, and presented and read at a stated meeting of this Lodge, at which time it may be discussed and amended, if necessary.

Section 3. At the next stated meeting of the Lodge it shall again be considered and voted on without further amendment; and if approved by a majority of the votes of the members present, it shall become a part of the By-Laws, upon compliance with the other provisions of this Article.

Section 4. All amendments of these By-Laws must be submitted to the Grand Lodge for its approval before they take effect, except the following.

  1. Fixing, raising or lowering the fee for each degree, or the annual dues, within the minimum limitations fixed by the Laws of the Grand Lodge, except as provided in Art. 309.
  2. Adopting its own regulations as to the payment of its Treasurer, Secretary and, Tiler.
  3. The day and hour of meeting, or the number of stated meetings per month., may be changed to suit its convenience. Whenever a change in the number of meetings per month, or of the day of meeting, is made, the Grand Secretary must be notified at once.top

ARTICLE XV
Approval

Section 1. The above By-Laws having been approved by the M:W: Grand Lodge of Texas, on the 6th day of December A.D. 1986 , for adoption; this is to certify that Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169, A.F. & A.M. located at
San Antonio., Texas, has on this the 13th day of May A.D. 1986 adopted the same.

By order of the Lodge,
Richard A. Brown
Secretary

These bylaws supersede the bylaws approved by the M. W. Grand Lodge of Texas at its Annual Communication, December 5th, 1956.


BYLAWS AMENDMENTS

AMENDMENT #1
Article III was changed to read from "The officers of this Lodge shall be Worshipful Master......................and Tiler." to "The officers of this Lodge shall be Worshipful Master.....................Tiler, and at the option of the Worshipful Master, Marshal and Master of Ceremonies." Adopted October 23, 1990. top

AMENDMENT #2
Article IX was changed raising the annual Lodge dues from $30.00 per year to $32.00 per year. Adopted October 23, 1990. top

AMENDMENT #3
Article XI was changed to once again grant the outgoing Master of the Lodge a Life Membership (this wording was removed from the By-laws in 1985 when Endowed Memberships were established). The Lodge would now present each retiring Master with a Life Membership as well as an Endowed Membership. Adopted October 23, 1990. top

AMENDMENT #4
Article II, Section 1. The amendment changes the Stated Meetings of the Lodge from the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month to only meeting on the second Tuesday of each month. The amendment is to take effect 12/1/91. Adopted November 12, 1991. top

AMENDMENT #5
Article II, Section 1. The amendment changes the TIME of each Stated Meeting from 7:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The amendment is to take effect 3/1/92. Adopted February 11, 1992. top

AMENDMENT #6
Article II, Section 1. The amendment only changes the time of each Stated Meeting from 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. The amendment is to take effect 10/12/93. Adopted September 14, 1993. top

AMENDMENT #7
Article IX. The amendment increases the annual dues of the Lodge from $32.00 to $36.00 and takes effect January 1, 1996. Adopted October 10, 1995. top

AMENDMENT #8
Article III. Article III was changed to read from:

"The officers of this Lodge shall be Worshipful Master.............................Tiler, and at the option of the Worshipful Master, Marshal and Master of Ceremonies."

to:

"The officers of this Lodge shall be Worshipful Master.............................Tiler, and at the option of the Worshipful Master, Marshal, Master of Ceremonies and Musician." Adopted September 15, 1997. top


AMENDMENT #9
Article IX. The amendment increases the annual dues of the Lodge from $36.00 to $50.00 and takes effect January 1, 1999. Adopted October 13, 1998. top

AMENDMENT #10
Article IX. The amendment increases the annual dues of the Lodge from $50.00 to $55.00 effective January 1, 2004, as a result of an increase in the Grand Lodge per capita tax in the amount of $3.75. Adopted January 13, 2003. top

AMENDMENT #11
Article VII. The amendment reflects the Grand Lodge $15.00 increase in the contribution of the applicant for the Master Mason Degree to the Masonic Home and School from $10.00 to $25.00. Adopted January 13, 2003. top

AMENDMENT #12
Article II, Section 1. The amendment only changes the time of each Stated Meeting from 7:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The amendment is to take effect 10/14/03. Adopted September 9, 2003. top

AMENDMENT #13
Article VII. The amendment increases the fee for the Master Mason Degree from $50.00 to $75.00. Adopted on or before October 3, 2003. top

AMENDMENT #14
Article VII. The amendment increases the fee for the Entered Apprentice Degree from $60.00 to $70.00 and the fee for the Fellowcraft Degree from $50.00 to $75.00. Adopted February 10, 2004. top

AMENDMENT #15
Article VI, Section 6. It shall be the duty of this committee, at the beginning of each Masonic year, to prepare a budget for the Lodge for the ensuing Masonic year and submit the same to the Lodge at a stated or called communication for that purpose, not later than the last day of January each calendar year, for approval by the Lodge. Adopted August 9, 2005. top

AMENDMENT #16
Article VII. The article increases the fee for the Master Mason degree to $100.00. Adopted July 10, 2007 . top

AMENDMENT #17
Article IX. The amendment increases the annual dues of the Lodge from $55.00 to $75.00 effective January 1, 2011, as a result of a planned increase in the Grand Lodge per capita tax in the amount of $10.75. Adopted October 12, 2010. top

AMENDMENT #18
Article XI, Add Section 4.  The price to purchase an Endowed Life Membership in Albert Pike Masonic Lodge No. 1169 is set at $2,500.00 per member in accordance with Article 318a of the Laws of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Texas.  Adopted June 14, 2011. top

AMENDMENT #19
Article XI, Section 2.  The amendment removes the requirement for the Lodge to purchase an Endowed Membership for the Worshipful Master at the conclusion of his term of office.  Adopted February 14, 2012. top

AMENDMENT #20
Article XI, Section 3.  The amendment removes the requirement that the Lodge deposit money to be invested from the Lodge’s Endowment Fund into Federally Insured Accounts.  Adopted June 12, 2012. top



ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING
PROCEDURES OF ALBERT PIKE LODGE
NO. 1169 AF & AM
RELIEF FUND

1. PURPOSE
To aid and assist needy members of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169, their widows and orphans.

2. ADMINISTRATION
Administrative Committee will be composed of five members, appointed for two year terms. Appointments shall be arranged in such a manner that two appointments will expire each even number year and three appointments will expire each odd number year. Administrative Committee appointments shall be made by the Worshipful Master at the first stated meeting after June 24.

3. FINANCES
Operating funds will be obtained through voluntary contributions from the lodge membership. Contributions will be in order at any time; however, a Charity Fund reminder note will be included with lodge dues notices each year.

4. AUDIT
During each audit of lodge funds, the Relief Fund will also be audited by the Finance Committee and presented to the lodge in the same manner and at the same time as the lodge fund audit.

5. OPERATION
All applications for relief must be submitted to the Worshipful Master, or in his absence the senior lodge officer available. When an application is received, the following procedures will be implemented:

  1. The Worshipful Master, or in his absence, the senior lodge officer, will advise the Administrative Committee of pertinent facts and cause necessary investigation to be conducted.
  2. After thorough investigation, the Administrative Committee will submit a written report outlining its findings and recommendations. At least three members of the Committee must sign this report.
  3. When the Committee presents its recommendation, the floor will be open for discussion. After discussion, a motion will be entertained, seconded, and an entry made in the Minutes reflecting the action taken.
  4. If application is approved by vote of the lodge, a check will be drawn against the Relief Fund account and forwarded to the applicant. The check will require the signature of the Worshipful Master and the treasurer.
  5. Each donation will not exceed $100; however, applicant may receive additional donations if circumstances justify and committee recommends.

6. AMENDMENTS

  1. No amendment of these procedures, either by alteration or addition shall be made unless in the following manner.
  2. The proposed amendment must be in writing, signed by the proponent, and presented at a stated meeting, at which time it may be discussed and amended if necessary.
  3. At the next stated meeting of the lodge it shall again be considered and voted on. Further amendment to the original proposed amendment may be made if necessary. If the proposed amendment is approved by a twothirds vote of the members present, it shall become a part of these administrative and operations procedures. top


ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATING PROCEDURES
OF ALBERT PIKE LODGE NO. 1169 AF & AM
SAM GREENBERG
MEMORIAL EDUCATION FUND

1. PURPOSE
To create, establish and maintain a permanent Memorial Education and Endowment Fund to be named the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund. The Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund will begin and continue its existence with contributions and donations in memory of deceased brethren of the Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons and other loved ones. The aggregate of said contributions and donations shall be expended only for the purpose of providing educational opportunities for children of the members of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM who are financially unable to provide such opportunities, and for providing a permanent endowment for the maintenance of said educational fund.

2. ADMINISTRATION
The Administrative Committee will be composed of the five most recent Past Masters of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM. The term of office for the five shall be for five years, with the term of one committee member expiring each year; provided however, that the initial five committee members shall be any four Past Masters of the Lodge, who shall be appointed by the Worshipful Master and the Retiring Worshipful Master of the Lodge, who shall hold membership on the Administrative Committee as follows:
the Retiring Worshipful Master for five years, one Past Master for four years, one Past Master for three years, one Past Master for two years, and one Past Master for one year.
Each year hereafter the Retiring Worshipful Master shall assume membership on the Administrative Committee for a five year term on the date of the installation of his successor in office and shall replace the committee member whose last year on the Administrative Committee has expired; provided, however, that any committee member may be removed from office with or without cause, by a two-thirds majority of the committee members then qualified and acting as such. In the event of the death, resignation or removal of a committee member, his successor shall be appointed from the ranks of the Past Masters of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM by the Worshipful Master. Each successor or substitute committee member shall hold office on the Administrative Committee for the balance of the unexpired term of office, and under the provisions as hereinbefore provided in this section. The Committee member beginning his last year on the Administrative Committee shall act as Chairman of the Administrative Committee.

3. FINANCES
Funds for the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund will be obtained through voluntary contributions and donations from anyone. Contributions and donations in memory of a deceased member of the Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons or other loved ones, which are of Ten Dollars ($10.00) or more, shall be memorialized by having the name of the subject of the contribution or the donation enscribed upon a suitable plaque which will be displayed in the lodgehall of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM. Contributions and donations will be in order at any time; however, a Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund reminder notice may be included with lodge dues notices each year.

4. AUDIT
During each audit of lodge funds, the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund will also be audited by the Finance Committee of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM and presented to said lodge in the same manner and at the same time as the lodge fund audit.

5. OPERATION
All requests for expenditures from the Sam Greenberg Education Fund shall be submitted in writing to the Worshipful Master of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM. When said request is received, the following procedures will be implemented:

  1. The Worshipful Master, or in his absence the senior lodge officer, will refer the request to the Administrative Committee and cause said committee to conduct a thorough study.
  2. After a thorough study, the Administrative Committee will submit a written report to the lodge outlining its findings, conclusions and recommendations within 60 days of receipt of written request. At least three members of the Administrative Committee must concur In and sign said report.
  3. When the Administrative Committee presents its findings, conclusions and recommendations, the floor of the lodge will be open for discussion. After discussion, a motion will be entertained, received, recorded, a ballot spread, and an entry made in the Minutes of the Lodge reflecting the action taken.
  4. If the findings, conclusions, and recommendations of the Administrative Committee are approved by a majority vote of the lodge, the expenditure will be approved and the necessary checks drawn against the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund. Checks drawn against the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund must bear the signatures of the Worshipful Master, Treasurer and Secretary of Albert Pike Lodge No. 1169 AF & AM.
  5. All requests for expenditures from the Sam Greenberg Memorial Education Fund shall be funded in an amount not to exceed $250.00.

6. AMENDMENTS

  1. No amendment of these procedures, either by alteration or addition shall be made unless in the following manner.
  2. The proposed amendment must be in writing, signed by the proponent, and presented at a stated meeting, at which time it may be discussed and amended if necessary.
  3. At the next stated meeting of the lodge it shall again be considered and voted on. Further amendment to the original proposed amendment may be made if necessary. If the proposed amendment is approved by a twothirds vote of the members present, it shall become a part of these Administrative and Operation Procedures. top


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