With the National Council meeting just on the horizon for the end of February, Central Office has announced that no circulated amendments had been submitted within the Constitutional 60 day deadline. This does not preclude amendments from coming off the floor of the Council Meeting, however it does mean that any amendments that the Council may consider will have a higher vote threshold for consideration and passage, than would a circulated amendment. As per our Bylaws, we are instructed: "In the event of an amendment proposed from the floor of a National Council meeting a two-thirds (2/3) vote shall be required to allow consideration of that proposal. If that is attained, a three-fourths (3/4) vote shall be required to approve the amendment."
Fraternity News (The Chapter Letter)
This page features news related to and of interest to members of Alpha Phi Delta Fraternity. It is the online replacement for our long standing newsletter, "The Chapter Letter."