Did the DEDOE, Delaware Attorney General, and DOE AG specialist really buy this terrible analysis on the legality of Pencader’s BOD?Posted: January 3, 2013
From page 49 of the PCHS Formal Review Committee Final Report:
Subsequently, Quinn resigned effective April 12, 2012, and Minnehan resignedeffective June 1, 2012.
In addition, the terms of office of Quimby and Klapinsky expired on June 30, 2012.Thus, as of the July 2, 2012, Board meeting to elect directors, the seats held by Quimby and Klapinsky were up for election, and at least one additional director needed to be elected if the number of directors were to be brought up to the minimum of five specified in the Bylaws. The July 2, 2012, Board meeting was attended by Kennedy, Jones, and Quimby(WHOSE TERM JUST EXPIRED BY THE ADMISSION OF THE ATTORNEY NOT TWO SENTENCES EARLIER). Klapinski was the only current Board member not in attendance. Since Kennedy, Jones, and Quimby constituted 75% of the Board members (Quimby is magically a board member again? What in the heck is the lawyer trying to do or say here other than assuming no one else can read a paragraph for continuity), a quorum was present (in what universe other than the one the YCST lawyer lives in?). The directors presen tvoted unanimously at the meeting to re-elect Quimby and to elect Vincent Dimauro(“Dimauro”), Daphney Davis (“Davis”), Jay Anderson (“Anderson”), and Kimberly Clemmons(“Clemmons”). Quimby, Dimauro, Davis, Anderson, and Clemmons were therefore properly elected to the Board, and the Board as of July 2, 2012 consisted of them, Kennedy, and Jones