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August 7, 2012

The following chaverim were in attendance or on the conference call: Daniel Alter, Shalom Baum, Gedalyah Berger, Adam Berner, Jack Bieler, Binyamin Blau, Nasanayl Braun, Daniel Cohen, Dovid Cohen, Judah Dardik, Ira Ebbin, Joel Finkelstein, Dov Fischer, Barry Freundel, Efrem Goldberg, Shmuel Goldin, Uri Goldstein, Avrohom Gordimer, Shlomo Grafstein, Rafael Grossman, Kenneth Hain, Barry Hartman, Basil Herring, Shlomo Hochberg, Shmuel Jablon, Benjamin Kelsen, Moshe Kletenik, Sam Klibanoff, Barry Kornblau, Doniel Kramer, Simcha Krauss, Elly Krimsky, Ira Kronenberg, Chaim Marder, Leonard Matanky, Ari Perl, Chaim Poupko, Steven Pruzansky, David Rabhan, Myron Rakowitz, Mitchell Rocklin, Mordechai Scher, Arthur Schneier, Max Schreier, Jonathan Schwartz, Yerachmiel Seplowitz, Gideon Shloush, Ze’ev Smason, Chaim Strauchler, Eliyahu Teitz, Elie Weinstock, Yosef Weinstock, Shlomo Weissman, David Wolkenfeld, Daniel Yolkut, Michoel Zylberman.

The following minutes were approved at the November 7th, 2012 meeting of the Executive Committee:

At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America, held at the RCA office on Tuesday, August 7, 2012, the President, Shmuel Goldin in the chair, and Dov Levine acting on behalf of the secretary, the following items were decided:

1. A motion to accept minutes of previous Executive Committee meetings (March and May, 2012) passed unanimously.

2. A motion to approve the membership application of Eitan Kupietzky was approved unanimously.

3. A motion to hire Rabbi Mark Dratch and to empower the Transition Committee to finalize the offer of a 2-year contract. It is understood that the total amount of his compensation package will be somewhat less that Rabbi Herring’s, which, along with other possible budgetary surpluses, will leave room to negotiate with both Rabbi Herring and Rabbi Kornblau. It passed, 26 in favor, 5 opposed, 5 abstaining.

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