Re Roll Call Vote On Consent ID: 33157
|From:||Alderman Kari Lamer - Personal Email|
|To:||Mayor Nan Johnston - Personal Email|
|CC:||Lauren Palmer, Melissa McChesney, Sean Ackerson|
|Subject:||Re Roll Call Vote On Consent|
I just went with it. It's fine. No worries.
|From:||Mayor Nan Johnston - Personal Email|
|Date:||Oct 20, 2015, at 10:52 PM|
On Oct 20, 2015, at 10:52 PM, Nan Johnston email@example.com wrote:
I completely forgot to ask for a roll call vote. My apologies!
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|CC:||Alderman Kari Lamer - Personal Email, Mayor Nan Johnston - Personal Email, Sean Ackerson|
|Date:||10/20/2015 10:29 PM (GMT-06:00)|
|Subject:||roll call vote on consent?|
From: Lauren Palmer firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: 10/20/2015 10:29 PM (GMT-06:00)
To: Melissa McChesney email@example.com
Cc: Kari Lamer - Personal Email firstname.lastname@example.org , Nan Johnston - Personal Email email@example.com , Sean Ackerson firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: roll call vote on consent?
I think I messed up tonight. Kari wanted to abstain on Item 4H on consent. I told her we would approve the consent agenda by roll call, so she could just voice her approval with the exception of Item 4H. The Board ended up approving the consent agenda by voice vote. I thought we agreed to always approve the consent agenda by roll call due to periodically having ordinances on the consent agenda. I notice on the agenda you have a note that is only the case for 2nd readings.
Unless there is some compelling reason not to, I suggest we always use voice votes for consent in the future. It avoids confusion and would better accommodate Aldermen recording votes for or against any individual items on the agenda. Let me know your thoughts.
Kari, Mayor, and Sean - sorry for inadvertently muddying the waters.
Lauren Palmer, ICMA-CM
City of Parkville
8880 Clark Avenue
Parkville, MO 64152