2000 Motions & Votes
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  • Issue: Delaware SC Removal
  • Date:2 November 2000
  • Motion #00-37

    "I move to support their request for the removal of the Delaware SC and ASC."

  • Motion by By: Shari Handley
  • Second By: Richard Howland

  • Votes:
    • Barbara Dore -
    • Joy Fisher - Yes
    • Shari Handley - Yes
    • Ginger Hayes - Yes
    • Richard Harrison - Yes
    • Richard Howland - Yes
    • Betsy Mills -
    • Ellen Pack - Yes
    • Teri Pettit -
    • Pam Reid - Yes
    • Ken Short - Yes
    • Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman - Yes
    • Holly Timm - Yes
    • Tina S. Vickery - Yes
    • Joe Zsdedeny - Yes

  • Yes - 12; No - 0; Abstain - 0; Not Voting - 3
    Motion passes. 15 November 2000

  • Issue: ESC Report
  • Date:3 November 2000
  • Motion #00-36

    "I move that the report of the Election Study Committee be accepted in it's entirety and that the recommendations of the committee be accepted and implemented."

  • Motion by By: Ginger Hayes
  • Second By: Richard Harrison

  • Votes:
    • Barbara Dore -
    • Joy Fisher - Yes
    • Shari Handley - Yes
    • Ginger Hayes - Yes
    • Richard Harrison - No
    • Richard Howland - No
    • Betsy Mills - Yes
    • Ellen Pack - Yes
    • Teri Pettit -
    • Pam Reid - Yes
    • Ken Short - No
    • Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman - No
    • Holly Timm - Yes
    • Tina S. Vickery - Yes
    • Joe Zsdedeny - Yes

  • Yes - 9; No - 4; Abstain - 0; Not Voting - 2
    Motion passes. 15 November 2000

  • Issue: Appointment of Secretary
  • Date:28 October 2000
  • Motion #00-35

    "I move that Roger Swafford be accepted as Board Secretary."

  • Motion by By: Ken Short
  • Second By: Shari Handley

  • Votes:
    • Barbara Dore - Yes
    • Joy Fisher -
    • Shari Handley - Yes
    • Ginger Hayes - No
    • Richard Harrison -
    • Richard Howland -
    • Betsy Mills - No
    • Ellen Pack - No
    • Teri Pettit -
    • Pam Reid -
    • Ken Short - Yes
    • Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman - Yes
    • Holly Timm - No
    • Tina S. Vickery - No
    • Joe Zsdedeny - Abstain

  • Yes - 3; No - 5; Abstain - 1; Not voting - 6
    Motion fails. November 7, 2000

  • Issue: Election Committee Extension Request
  • Date:24 October 2000
  • Motion #00-34

    I move that we grant the Election Study Committee the requested extension to finish their report. The new due date shall be 31 October 2000.

  • Motion by By: Joy Fisher
  • Second By: Richard Howland

  • Votes:
    • Barbara Dore - Yes
    • Joy Fisher - Yes
    • Shari Handley - Yes
    • Ginger Hayes - Yes
    • Richard Harrison - Yes
    • Richard Howland - Yes
    • Betsy Mills - Yes
    • Ellen Pack - Yes
    • Teri Pettit - Yes
    • Pam Reid -
    • Ken Short - Yes
    • Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman -
    • Holly Timm - Yes
    • Tina S. Vickery - Yes
    • Joe Zsdedeny - Yes

  • The results of 00-34 are:
    Yes - 13; No - 0; Abstain - 0; Not Voting - 2. 29 October 2000

  • Issue: Motion to Acquire Service Mark 2
  • Date:7 October 2000
  • Motion #00-33

    I move that the Board instruct the National Coordinator to immediately prepare an application for the Service Mark "The USGenWeb Project" on behalf of the project, and to file the application with the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office (PTO)as soon as funds are available.

    I further move that the National Coordinator be instructed to use the name "The USGenWeb Project" whereever possible in the application and where the name of an individual is required he be authorized to use his own name or the name of the current Representative-at-Large, as appropriate.

    I further move that the National Coordinator be instructed to request Linda Lewis to communicate with the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office stating she has no objection to our application.

    I further move that the National Coordinator be instructed to keep the Board apprised on a day-to-day basis of the progress in preparing the application and that he be instructed to immediately consult with the Board in regard to any difficulties and/or delays in preparing the application. Additionally, once the application is submitted the National Coordinator shall keep the Board apprised on a regular basis of the progress of the application and of any additional communications to or from the U.S. Patent and Trademarks Office.

    These actions are taken with the understanding that monies will be collected privately to cover the costs of the application.

  • Motion by By: Richard Harrison
  • Second By: Shari Handley

  • Votes:
    • Barbara Dore -
    • Joy Fisher - No
    • Shari Handley - Yes
    • Ginger Hayes -
    • Richard Harrison - Yes
    • Richard Howland - No
    • Betsy Mills - No
    • Ellen Pack -
    • Teri Pettit - Abstain
    • Pam Reid - No
    • Ken Short - No
    • Maggie Stewart-Zimmerman -
    • Holly Timm -
    • Tina S. Vickery - No
    • Joe Zsdedeny - Abstain

  • Yes - 2; No - 6; Abstain - 2; Not voting - 5.
    Motion fails. November 3, 2000

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