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Kendra Wong re-voted as IVGID chair after Open Meeting Law snafu

INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — The IVGID Board of Trustees at its Feb. 24 meeting elected the following members into office for the 2016 term:

Kendra Wong: Chair

Phil Horan: Vice Chair



Jim Hammerel: Treasurer

Tim Callicrate: Secretary



Matthew Dent: Trustee

Wong was voted in unanimously to continue as chair, while Horan earned a 3-2 vote to continue as vice-chair.

The action was done last week after Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt ruled the board violated the Open Meeting Law last summer.

In order to satisfy Laxalt’s ruling, IVGID Legal Counsel Jason Guinasso asked the board to rescind its vote of officers in December so a proper re-vote could occur publicly.

The only difference was that Dent was voted secretary in December.


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