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VI. COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
Rule 28 - Formation and Rules
In forming a Committee of the Whole, which can be done any time by a majority of the members present, the President shall appoint a Chairman of the Committee and then vacate the Chair. The rules of order governing the Board shall be observed in Committee of the Whole insofar as they are applicable.
Rule 29 - Prohibited Motions
While in Committee of the Whole, it shall not be in order to move the previous question, or to adjourn, or to place on the table a matter under consideration.
Rule 30 - Amending Motions
All amendments made to an original motion in Committee of the
Whole shall be
incorporated with the original motion, and so reported; also all amendments made to a report, Resolution or other matter committed to the Committee of the Whole, shall be voted on and reported to the Board of Aldermen.
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