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Mr. Goldsborough submitted the following motion for consideration ...
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 42478|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Senate|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||87825581|
On joint motion of all Councilmembers present, the following resolution was offered: RESOLUTION NO. A resolution authorizing the Council to go into executive session to discuss legal matters concerning. Timothy Morales, et al, v. Jefferson Parish, et al, 24th JDC, No. ; Earl Falgoust, et al v. following email from him to its response: With regard to the motion I reviewed the Plea Agreement before the entry of the guilty plea. I reviewed the sentencing procedure and the Plea Agreement with Mr. Walker before the sentencing. I did not speak with Mr. Walker after the sentencing because I had to be somewhere else. I informed Mr.
Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Governor Strauss Miller Hamlin Broderick, Secretary. The minutes of the meeting of the Board held on January 15th were read, and an motion approved as amended. The minutes of the meetings of the Gold Export Com-mittee held on January 16th and 17th were presented and ap-proved, and the action therein set forth ratified. On a motion made by Mr. Veitch, seconded by Mr. Wood the minutes of the Decem meeting were approved unanimously. Mr. Kemper gave a brief update on the following: County Forestry Program. Providence Parking Lot Mr. Kemper said that there is a County forestland parcel in Providence that joins up to a large parcel owned by Saratoga Plan.
Mr. Reed submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, That a committee be appointed to inquire whether any, and what, alterations are necessary in the rules and articles for the better government of the troops raised or to be raised by the United States, and that the committee have leave to report, by bill, bills, or otherwise. Mr. Lagasse: RESOLUTION NO. A resolution granting permission to Holy Guardian Angels Church, represented by Gary Girard, Chief, Bridge City Avenue, Bridge City, Louisiana, , to conduct their annual Bridge City Gumbo Festival on Friday, October 9, ; from p.m. until p.m., Saturday, Octo , from a.m. until p.m., .
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Get this from a library. Goldsborough submitted the following motion for consideration : regarding precautionary measures for the security of the country watered by the Chesapeake Bay.
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Motion to Object to the Consideration of a Question. made when a member feels the main motion has nothing to do with the business of the group. Motion to suspect the Rules. used when the group wants to do something that violates its own rules.
Division of the Assembly. the main motion brings business before the assembly and/or introduces a new subject. This motion can only be made when no other business is pending.
Sets a pattern from which all other motions are derived. Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats.
NEGATIVE, Mr. Lee, Mr. Potts, Mr. Goldsborough, Mr. Tilghman, Mr. Tilghman, Mr. Hanson, Mr. Gale, Mr. M'Henry. Previous to this, a motion was made on Monday the twenty-eighth, in the convention, while the committee were sitting, in the following words, to wit: "Resolved, that this convention will consider of no propositions for.
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NAUDAIN submitted the following reso-lution, which lies over one day for consideration: Resahei, That th«Senate wiH, to-morrow, at en* o'clock, proceed to the eloctkm ef u Chaplain.
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The Court has reviewed the motion and supporting materials. It has also considered whether the notice of termination for non-payment of rent in this matter.In parliamentary procedure, a request for information is a request directed to the chair, or through the chair to another person, for information relevant to the business at hand.
Prior to the 11th edition of Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised, this device was known as "point of information."The change was made to avoid the common misconception that this motion was Class: Incidental motion.