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Use a consent agenda



A consent agenda is a technique for officially receiving reports and approving routine reports that do not need to be discussed individually. The board chair will group these reports together and ask if any board member wishes to discuss any of them. After those reports are removed, the board votes to receive or approve the rest. Then the ones removed can be discussed as a board. Using the consent agenda technique can save a significant amount of time for boards.

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