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Re: Grand Council Nominees...part 2

     Greetings, all.

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Subject: Re: Grand Council Nominees
Author:  sca-east@world.std.com at smtpgate
Date:    2/13/95 9:37 PM

> Greetings from Tibor.
> Alicia wrote:
>   I am curious as to what the Grand Council will be doing.  I haven't seen 
>   anything about this until now (although I may have just missed it).  Could 
>   someone give me a quick rundown?
> [If anyone wants a copy of the formal charter from the Board, I'd be happy to 
> send it via email.  (Contact me at schuldy@math.harvard.edu).]
> There is a weekly document that GC members use to communicate with each 
> other.  Interested parties may get a copy sent to them automatically.
> Completed proposals will be sent to the Board, and to TI.  The Board will 
> vote on each proposal at the next quarterly meeting.  Sometimes proposals
> will be multi-part: if the GC isn't of one mind on how to do something, two 
> proposals may be sent on the matter.
 And then he forgets to tell you how to get it.  Tsk, tsk. :-)
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