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bylaws:article_6 [2018/03/19 00:36]
saa Added 6.5.8 and 6.5.9
bylaws:article_6 [2019/01/10 03:53] (current)
admin Updated 6.5
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 ===== 6.5 (Committee Power) ===== ===== 6.5 (Committee Power) =====
 The finance committee shall have the power to: The finance committee shall have the power to:
-==== 6.5.1 (Collections) ​====+==== 6.5.1 ====
 Authorize the collection, distribution,​ and expenditure of all chapter funds. Authorize the collection, distribution,​ and expenditure of all chapter funds.
-==== 6.5.2 (Reports) ​==== +==== 6.5.2 ==== 
-Require reports on finance from the treasurer ​at regular intervals. +Require reports on finance from the Treasurer, and reports from the Food committee and House and Grounds committee ​at regular intervals. 
-==== 6.5.3 (Employees) ​====+==== 6.5.3 ====
 Employ and discharge all salaried employees and determine their compensation. Employ and discharge all salaried employees and determine their compensation.
-==== 6.5.4 (Reporting) ==== +==== 6.5.4 ====
-Require reports at regular intervals from the Food and House and Grounds Committees. +
-==== 6.5.5 (Extra-Budget) ​====+
 Authorize extra-budget expenditures of the chapter, and to make all necessary and proper adjustments of the budget. Authorize extra-budget expenditures of the chapter, and to make all necessary and proper adjustments of the budget.
-==== 6.5.6 (Maintaining Reports) ​====+==== 6.5.====
 Require that all financial reports be kept current and in an efficient manner. Require that all financial reports be kept current and in an efficient manner.
-==== 6.5.7 (Suspension & Expulsion) ​====+==== 6.5.====
 Initiate proceedings for suspension or expulsion against financially delinquent members by use of the 1-10-15-30 rule. This states that bills will be out on the 1st, due on the 10th with 10% fine if late. Any member still delinquent on the 15th will be brought up for suspension at the next chapter, and any member still delinquent on the 30th will be brought up for expulsion from the fraternity. Initiate proceedings for suspension or expulsion against financially delinquent members by use of the 1-10-15-30 rule. This states that bills will be out on the 1st, due on the 10th with 10% fine if late. Any member still delinquent on the 15th will be brought up for suspension at the next chapter, and any member still delinquent on the 30th will be brought up for expulsion from the fraternity.
-==== 6.5.8 (House Card Approval) ​==== +==== 6.5.==== 
-Require all purchases made with house card, including but not limited to, Walmart, Lowe’s, or debit, be approved by a member of the finance committee+Require all purchases made with house card, including but not limited to, Walmart, Lowe’s, or debit, be approved by a member of the finance committee ​and that said purchases be reported to the Treasurer ​within 24 hours of the purchase date. 
-==== 6.5.9 (Reporting a Purchase) ==== +
-Require ​that all purchases ​made with a house card including but not limited to, Walmart, Lowe’s, or debit, ​be reported to the treasurer ​within 24 hours of purchase date.+
 ===== 6.6 (Appeal to Committee) ===== ===== 6.6 (Appeal to Committee) =====
 Any action of the finance committee may be appealed by filing a written request with the executive committee within one week of the financial committee’s action. The appeal should contain a brief summary of the reason for the appeal. At the next regular chapter meeting, the finance committee chairman shall present the finance committee’s reason for the action. The defendant shall then present his reasons for wishing to appeal the decision. Each shall be limited to five minutes. There shall be no debate. A three-fourths vote is necessary for the appeal to be successful. All voting shall be done via secret ballot. ​ Any action of the finance committee may be appealed by filing a written request with the executive committee within one week of the financial committee’s action. The appeal should contain a brief summary of the reason for the appeal. At the next regular chapter meeting, the finance committee chairman shall present the finance committee’s reason for the action. The defendant shall then present his reasons for wishing to appeal the decision. Each shall be limited to five minutes. There shall be no debate. A three-fourths vote is necessary for the appeal to be successful. All voting shall be done via secret ballot. ​