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Special Caucus to Approve Amended Constitution with RPSC Board Meeting to follow
May 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Fellow RPSC Members and Patriots,
Please makes plans to attend the Special Caucus next Monday, May 8, at the HQ.
I am excited to announce that Jen DeMaster, lawyer representing former City of Sheboygan Administrator Todd Wolf, will provide an update on the lawsuit stemming from Wolf’s firing without cause by 8 of 10 members of the Common Council. She will speak in advance of the start of the caucus.
Here is our schedule for Monday:
6:30PM – Jen’s update on the lawsuit
6:40PM – Special Caucus to vote on amendment and proposed RPSC Constitution
7:00PM – Regularly scheduled RPSC Board Meeting – This will start 10 minutes after the caucus concludes.
Just a few reminders about the Special Caucus:
All RPSC members and Patriots are encouraged to attend.
Only RPSC members will be allowed to vote.
RPSC members from 2022 who have not yet renewed will be able to renew on Monday and then vote at the caucus. Others are encouraged to become RPSC members on Monday but would be ineligible to vote at the caucus, due to a 10-day requirement.
We will discuss and vote on the amendment, authored by Dennis Gasper, before addressing the overall proposed Constitution. Here is the amendment: Article VIII – Removal of Executive Committee Members
“Any member of the Executive Committee can be removed upon 15 days’ written notification to that member requesting their resignation and signed by at least six Executive Committee members. Final vote for removal shall take place at the subsequent board meeting with the same six-vote requirement.” (As previously clarified, this would allow removal without cause.)
With a 10-day member notification requirement, no other amendments will be acknowledged.
Robert’s Rules of Order will apply at the caucus.
Comments from RPSC members are welcome and encouraged. Please keep them brief, to the point, and directed to the Chair (not another member). Thank you!
Voting will be done via ballot.
A 2/3 majority of all attending RPSC members is required for approval of the amendment and the proposed Constitution.
Decisions made by the RPSC members will be effective immediately.
Finally, the RPSC Board will have its regularly scheduled meeting upon the conclusion of the Special Caucus. All are invited to attend!
See you on Monday!