Grobe named village president
WALNUT — The Walnut Village Board nominated and approved a new acting village president at its meeting Monday.
Village Attorney Rob LeSage outlined to the trustees the options available to them regarding the appointment of an acting board president and the options available to someone being nominated and accepting the position.
The acting president will serve until the next general election to be held in two years. If no member of the board of trustees agrees to serve as the acting president, the board can look outside of its own members to select an acting village president. If a member of the board is chosen to serve as the acting president, that individual has two options. The first option is to resign their seat as a trustee and assume all the powers of the president. The most significant of those powers would be the power of veto. The second option is for the newly-elected acting president to retain his or her position as a trustee. Retaining the trustee position would not allow the acting president to break tie votes or to veto decisions made by the board.
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