Adams Stirling PLC


QUESTION: As a committee chair and a board member, I make committee reports and special presentations to the board. Do I need to recuse myself from voting on recommendations I make to the board simply because I am committee chair?

ANSWER: The only time you need to recuse yourself is when you have a conflict of interest, i.e., when matters come before the board where you or your family will receive a benefit different from other members of the association. Otherwise, you can make motions and vote on all matters recommended by your committee.

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