63. Five members constitute a quorum at any meeting of the Coordinating Committee on condition that one delegate appointed by each authority as provided in section 56 is present. That delegate may be a member of the Coordinating Committee or a person designated by a special proxy in accordance with section 64.
The Coordinating Committee may act in the absence of a delegate contemplated in the first paragraph at any meeting regularly convoked a second time if, after the first regular convocation of that meeting, the meeting could not take place on the date fixed by reason of the absence of that delegate. The Coordinating Committee may then vote only on the subjects mentioned on the agenda of the two notices of convocation.
1978, c. 92, s. 63; 1979, c. 25, s. 88.