§ 152.017  QUORUM AND VOTE REQUIRED FOR RECOMMENDATION.
   (A)   For the purpose of making recommendation or taking action on any matter considered, more than one-half of the total number of current Commission members must be present in order to constitute a quorum.  If the total number of current members is an odd number, a quorum will be determined by taking one half of the total number and rounding up to the next highest whole number.  For purposes of this section, the “total number of current Commission members” means the total number of current membership positions capable of being filled without regard to the existence of vacancies.
   (B)   A quorum must be present, and a majority of those members present must vote in favor of any recommendation made or action taken by the Commission, in order for the same to be valid.
   (C)   In the event that not all Town Councils listed herein shall have adopted this ordinance by the date upon which any particular recommendations made or action is taken by the Commission, such failure shall not in any way affect the validity of that recommendation or action, provided that the quorum and voting requirements described herein were satisfied.
(Ord. O-2002-46, passed 8-5-02; Am. Ord. O-2005-33, passed 10-18-05)