A representative; an agent; a document appointing a representative. A proxy is a person who is designated by another to represent that individual at a meeting or before a public body. It also refers to the written authorization allowing one person to act on behalf of another.
Enabling Legislation for use of Proxy within Olympic Culinary Loop Board - Article XIII. Parliamentary Procedure
"The proceedings of the meetings of the Association shall be governed by and conducted according to Robert’s Rules of Order unless provided otherwise within these by-laws." (ref. OCL By-laws revised January 2020)
"A member may vote in person or, by proxy in the form of a record executed by the member or a duly authorized attorney-in-fact. No proxy shall be valid after eleven months from the date of its execution, unless otherwise provided in the proxy." (ref. RCW 24.03.085(2) - Washington's Nonprofit Corporation's Act) WASHINGTON NONPROFIT CORPORATION ACT)
Board members are offered to assign a proxy for either a particular meeting or for a period of time not to exceed one year.
Proxies may be revoked at any time, either in writing or by attending a board meeting in person.
Contact any member of the OCL Executive Committee