Removing Board Member
Our Board has a member who has violated a few provisions of our rules. We have provision in the Constitution and by-laws to remove any member who violates the rules or for any crime. From my understanding removal requires a 2/3 vote of the Board members attending and also having a quorum.
A resolution has been passed to expel the member and a trial date is soon to be set.
Our C&B-Ls also state the President can only vote in case there is a tie on any item before the Board.
Here is what is stated: "The President shall preside at all meetings of the association and the Board of Directors. He/she may vote to break a tie vote. He/she shall conduct all business on behalf of the association and shall make every effort to further the policy adopted by the association. The meetings of the Association shall be conducted under Roberts’ Rules of Order or the abbreviated version of Roberts’ Rules of Order."
My question is: When voting on removal, does the President get to vote?