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San Bruno Youth Baseball Mission:

The objective of SBYB is to provide a setting that will allow boys and girls, ages 4-12, an opportunity to pursue their interests in the game of baseball. SBYB hopes to instill the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, respect, teamwork and loyalty through leadership, guidance, instruction and supervision. This will enable these young players to learn the game of baseball and develop a sense of sportsmanship while having fun at the same time. SBYB is committed to teaching the true meaning of T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More).


Address:

San Bruno Youth Baseball
851 Cherry #27/407
San Bruno, CA 94066

Phone:

650.263.7003


By-laws governing San Bruno Youth Baseball

Article 1 – Name and Objective (Mission Statement)

The name of this corporation is San Bruno Youth Baseball, Inc. The official date of incorporation is September 21, 2015.

For the purposes of these by-laws San Bruno Youth Baseball can also be known as SBYB.

SBYB is an organization of volunteers, working together to develop and enrich the lives of young boys and girls through an organized baseball program.

The objective of SBYB is to provide a setting that will allow boys and girls, ages 4-12, an opportunity to pursue their interests in the game of baseball.  SBYB hopes to instill the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, respect, teamwork and loyalty through leadership, guidance, instruction and supervision. This will enable these young players to learn the game of baseball and develop a sense of sportsmanship while having fun at the same time. SBYB is committed to teaching the true meaning of T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More).

Currently SBYB includes the following baseball leagues, or divisions, in San Bruno:  Wiffle Ball (4 year olds), TBall (5-6 year olds), Junior Pee Wee League (7-8 year olds), Pee Wee League (8-10 year olds), Bronco League (11-12 year olds), Champions League (players with special needs) and Fall Ball (8-11 year olds).

Note: For the purposes of these by-laws a “League Volunteer” is any of the following; Board Member, League Commissioner, League Volunteer, Manager, Coach, or Team Mother (Mom).

Article 2 – Articles of Incorporation

I - The name of the corporation is San Bruno Youth Baseball.

II - This Corporation is a nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation and is not organized for the private gain of any person. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for charitable purposes. The specific purpose of this corporation is to function as the organization that oversees, and manages, certain youth baseball activities in the City of San Bruno, California.

III - The name and address in the State of California of this corporation's initial agent for service of process is:

Michael K. Palmer
153 Linden Avenue
San Bruno, CA  94066

IV (A) - This Corporation is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of Internal Revenue Code section 501(c) (3).

(B) - No substantial part of the activities of this corporation shall consist of carrying on propaganda, or otherwise attempting to influence legislation and the corporation shall not participate or intervene in any political campaign (including the publishing or distribution of statements) on behalf of any candidate for public office.

V - The property of this corporation is irrevocably dedicated to charitable purposes and no part of the net income or assets of this corporation shall ever inure to the benefit of any director, officer or member thereof or to the benefit of any private person. Upon the dissolution, or winding up of the corporation, its assets remaining after payment, or provision for payment, of all debts and liabilities of this corporation shall be distributed to a nonprofit fund, foundation or corporation which is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes and which has established its tax exempt status under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c) (3).

Article 3 – League Officers, League Volunteers, Voting Status and Meetings

Section 1 – Officers

The administrative body that shall oversee SBYB shall be called the SBYB Board, Board, or Local Board. This Board shall be comprised of a President (tie-breaking vote only), Vice President (voting position), Secretary (voting position), Business Manager/Treasurer (non-voting position), 5 At Large Board Members (all voting positions), Junior Pee Wee League Commissioner (voting position), Pee Wee League Commissioner (voting position) and the Bronco Commissioner (voting position.

League Volunteers may include the following positions:

  • 5 Board Advisors
  • Registration Coordinator
  • Information Technology (IT) Coordinator
  • 3 Player Advocates (one for 4-7 year olds, one for 8-10 year olds, one for 11-12 year olds)
  • Coaching/Training Coordinator
  • Field Coordinator
  • Fall Ball Coordinator
  • Team Mom Coordinator
  • Firework Booth Coordinator
  • Tournament Coordinator
  • Uniform Coordinator
  • Umpiring Coordinator
  • Rules Coordinator
  • Sponsor/Fund Raising Coordinator
  • Public Relations Coordinator
  • Safety Coordinator
  • Equipment Coordinator

The above League Volunteer positions, which are not filled by an existing Board Member, may be filled by any person willing to submit an application and undergo an interview, and background screening (check) process. All applicants will be interviewed by a sub-committee assigned by the President. This sub-committee shall contain a minimum of three Board Members, or other League Volunteers.

Applicants for the position of President, Vice-President, Secretary and Business Manager/Treasurer must be members in good standing with SBYB and have served a minimum of 2 complete years as a SBYB Board Member.

Applicants for the positions of League Commissioner, or At-Large Board Members must be members in good standing with SBYB.

Openings for these positions will be advertised on the SBYB website, (www.brunobaseball.org) for a minimum of two weeks prior to conducting interviews for any vacancy.

Except for The President, and Business Manager/Treasurer, any Board Member, League Commissioner, or League Volunteer may be requested to occupy one, or more, other League Volunteer positions.    

Exact duties and responsibilities of each Board Member, each League Commissioner and, the Team Managers will be outlined in Article 3. League Volunteer positions will not have specific duties and responsibilities. League Volunteers will function at the direction of the Local Board and/or the League Commissioners.

Section 2 – Election of Board Members and Length of Term(s)

At its first meeting of each September, also called the “election meeting”, SBYB will conduct its annual election for the offices of President, Vice President, Secretary, Business Manager/Treasurer and all At Large Board Members.

League Commissioners will be nominated for election by the Team Managers from his/her league and elected by the Board at this election meeting. All new applicants for the position of League Commissioner will be interviewed prior to the election meeting in September. If no one is nominated for one of the League Commissioner positions SBYB will post an advertisement on its website asking for applications. SBYB will also recruit potential candidates for the position.

The “Initial Board”, except for the League Commissioners, and At-Large Board Members, will be elected to three-year terms upon approval of these by-laws and agreement of the Initial Incorporator. The League Commissioners, and At-Large Board Members, will be elected for an initial one-year term. The effective date for the Initial Board will be the same as the approval date of these by-laws. When the initial terms expire, all subsequent elections will be for a one-year term, unless it is decided by a majority vote of the Board, to appoint elected officials to their positions for more than one year. However, no SBYB Board Member may be elected to a term of more than three years.

Board Members and/or League Volunteers may occupy more than one elected or appointed position, at any time.

Board Members and/or League Volunteers do not need to be present at any meeting, where voting takes place, to be elected, or appointed, to a position.

Section 3 – Vacancies & Forfeiture of Office/Position

If, for any reason, a position on the Board, or another Volunteer Position, becomes vacant, prior to the annual election meeting in September, The President, or his/her designee has the following options;

  • Fill the position, on a temporary basis, until the next election meeting takes place;
  • Leave the position vacant until the next election meeting.

Any appointment must be approved by a majority vote of the Local Board.

If, for any reason, a Board Member, or League Volunteer, acts in such a manner as to bring discredit to SBYB, by a majority vote of the Local Board, he/she may be asked to resign their position. If this occurs there shall be no “appeal process”.

Section 4 – Regular and “Special” Meetings/Meeting Attendance

San Bruno Youth Baseball will conduct regular monthly meetings according to a schedule published on its website (www.brunobaseball.org). This schedule shall be agreed to at the first SBYB meeting in September. It shall be published by October 1 of each year and include all regular meetings for the next year.

Special meetings shall be conducted at other times as the SBYB Local Board deems necessary to properly conduct the business of SBYB. Meetings may be called by any member of the Local Board and set for a date and time that is mutually agreed to by a majority vote of the Board.

All regular meetings shall be open to the public. Agendas for these meetings will be published on the SBYB website (www.brunobaseball.org) a minimum of 24 hours prior to the actual meeting.

Special meetings will not be open to the public however, a copy of the agenda, and/or the minutes, may be obtained by contacting the SBYB Secretary.

If any Board Member, or League Commissioner, cannot attend a regularly scheduled meeting, he/she shall, whenever possible, notify the President, Vice-President, or SBYB Secretary at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled start of the meeting.

Section 5 – Quorum for voting

A quorum shall consist of more than fifty percent of the League’s Board. For the 2015/2016 edition of these by-laws this shall mean 6 Board Members. All Board Members will be entitled to vote on all issues and will not have to attend a meeting to do so. Any Board Member, not present at a regular, or special meeting, wishing to vote on any item must do so, in writing, or by email, within 24 hours of the scheduled start of the meeting that he/she will not be attending. The note, and/or the email, shall be sent to the SBYB Secretary with a copy to both the President, and the Vice-President. No vote shall take place whenever a quorum will not be present.

Section 6 – Voting Process

The voting process may be found in Addendum #1. This process was approved prior to the approval of these by-laws. This was done prior to the appointment of the Initial Board, at its regularly scheduled meeting of September 21, 2015.

It was approved for inclusion with these by-laws during the meeting of January 6, 2016.

Article 4 – Identification and Duties/Responsibilities of Officers (Board)

Section 1 – The duties/responsibilities of the President shall include, but are not limited to, the following (this is a tie-breaker voting position on the Board):

  • The President shall oversee all affairs of SBYB and therefore assumes all responsibilities for the orderly operation of SBYB;
  • The ability to assume, or appoint, another person to the role, and duties, of any of the other positions on the SBYB Board, and/or any of the other League Commissioner or League Volunteer positions if any person is unable to fully operate in that capacity;
  • Shall appoint sub-committees as necessary to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • The President has full responsibility to ensure that a background check program is in place which thoroughly screens all SBYB Board members, League Commissioners, League Volunteers, Managers, Coaches, and Team Mothers (Moms) prior to allowing him/her to serve SBYB as a volunteer (please see Article 5 for further information on the SBYB background check program);
  • The President shall have the tie-breaking vote on all League decisions;
  • The President has the authority to delegate some, or all, of his/her responsibilities as he/she deems necessary to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Shall represent SBYB at meetings scheduled by the City of San Bruno, or other agencies, to conduct affairs that may impact SBYB;
  • Presiding over all SBYB meetings. The President shall coordinate the agenda for each meeting through consultation with the League Secretary;
  • Overseeing the coordination of all paperwork required by SBYB and other paperwork as necessary to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Providing notice(s) as needed to parents/guardians of all returning, and incoming players that choose to participate in SBYB. This can include, but is not limited to, scheduling sign-ups, tryouts, communicating to parents/guardians SBYB player fees and other necessary pieces of information;
  • Assisting other members of the SBYB Board, and other League Volunteers, as needed to conduct the regular business of SBYB. This can include, but is not limited to: setting meeting agendas, assisting the Firework Booth Coordinator, assisting the League Commissioners, etc.;
  • Approving and authorizing payment for any invoices, or payments due for SBYB in conjunction with the Vice-President. This function shall be coordinated with the Business Manager/Treasurer;
  • The President will have final approval of all Team Managers for all divisions of SBYB;
  • The President may manage, or coach any team, or umpire as necessary for SBYB;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 2 – The duties/responsibilities of the Vice-President shall include, but are not limited to, the following (this a voting position on the Board):

  • The ability to assume the role, and duties, of the President if he/she cannot fully operate in that capacity;
  • The ability to assume, or appoint another person, in the absence of the President, to assume the role, and duties, of any of the other voting positions on the SBYB Board, and/or any of the other League Volunteer positions if any person is unable to fully operate in that capacity;
  • Attend meetings as needed and when available, to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Shall serve as the Chairperson for the sub-committee that conducts, and reviews, all background checks. See Article 5 for further information on the SBYB background check program;
  • Shall serve as the Chairperson for the sub-committee that interviews, and recommends for approval all potential Team Managers for all divisions of SBYB;
  • Shall serve as a participant, or an observer, for all sub-committees as appointed by the SBYB President;
  • Approving and authorizing payment for any invoices, or payments due for SBYB in conjunction with the President. This function shall be coordinated with the Business Manager/Treasurer;
  • The Vice-President may manage, or coach any team, or umpire as necessary for SBYB;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 3 – The duties/responsibilities of the Secretary shall include, but are not limited to, the following (this a voting position on the Board):

  • The ability to assume the role, and duties, of the President, or the Vice-President, if he/she cannot fully operate in that capacity;
  • The ability to assume, or appoint another person in the absence of the President, or the Vice-President, to assume the role, and duties, of any of the other voting positions on the SBYB Board, and/or any of the other League Volunteer positions if any person is unable to fully operate in that capacity;
  • Attend meetings as needed and when available, to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Shall serve on the sub-committee that interviews, and recommends for approval all potential Team Managers for all divisions of SBYB;
  • Properly communicate the normal affairs of SBYB which includes, but is not limited to; preparing a League Roster and organizational chart of all Board Members, and other League Volunteers; effectively communicating and distributing meeting agendas/minutes, dates and times and communicating other notices to conduct the regular business of SBYB.;
  • Preparing all meeting agendas and meeting minutes as needed to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • If needed, shall assist the Registration Coordinator with the registration process for all returning, and incoming players;
  • Shall assist the Information Technology Coordinator as needed to conduct the regular business of SBYB. This can include, but it not limited to, the posting of agendas and minutes for all regular Board meetings, publishing a directory of League Officers, etc.;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 4 – The duties/responsibilities of the Business Manager/Treasurer shall include, but are not limited to the following (this is a non-voting position on the Board):

  • The ability to assume the role, and duties, of the President, the Vice-President or the Secretary, if he/she cannot fully operate in that capacity;
  • The ability to assume, or appoint another person in the absence of the President, or the Vice-President, to assume the role, and duties, of any of the other voting positions on the SBYB Board, and/or any of the other League Volunteer positions if any person is unable to fully operate in that capacity;
  • Attend meetings as needed and when available, to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Maintaining a record of the initial adoption documents of the SBYB by-laws and maintaining a true and accurate record of all changes that are approved to the initial by-laws;
  • Makes recommendations to the Local Board as needed on items such as background checks, training programs, professional organizations, for the cost and implementation of such programs;
  • Assists the SBYB President, and/or Screening Sub-Committee on all items related to the successful implementation of a background check/screening program. This can include, but is not limited to, the review of any “returned” screening, insuring that all invoices are paid in a timely fashion, the input of all data which may be necessary to successfully screen all prospective League Volunteers into a database for prospective Board Members and all League Volunteers;
  • Filing/maintaining all California State Board of Equalization documents relative to the sale of fireworks;
  • Filing/maintaining all California Department of the Attorney General documents as may be necessary;
  • Filing/maintaining all Federal and State documents as may be necessary to maintain SBYB status as an approved Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization according to the guidelines of the Federal, and State Tax Code(s);
  • Filing/maintaining all Federal and State documents as may be necessary to maintain SBYB as a corporate entity;
  • Receiving and disbursing all funds of SBYB, and maintaining a true and accurate accounting of all SBYB funds. Shall pay all bills that are duly authorized to be paid  after consulting with the SBYB President and/or Vice-President ;
  • Makes regular, and accurate, reports to the Local Board on the financial state of SBYB;
  • The Business Manager/Treasurer may manage, or coach any team, or umpire as necessary for SBYB;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 5 – The duties/responsibilities of each At Large Board Member position shall include, but are not limited to, the following (all 5 At Large Board Member positions are voting positions on the Board):

  • Attend all regular and special meetings as needed and, when available, to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Serve as the Chairperson, or Member, of any sub-committee as deemed necessary by the President or Vice-President;
  • Ability to serve SBYB as an Advisor, (Any) Coordinator, or Player Advocate in addition to his/her Board Position. This shall be at the direction of the SBYB President, or his/her designee;
  • The At Large Board Members may manage, or coach any team, or umpire as necessary for SBYB;
  • May be selected to serve on the sub-committee that interviews, and recommends for approval, all potential Team Managers for all divisions of SBYB;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 6 – The duties/responsibilities of each League Commissioner position shall include, but are not limited to, the following (all 3 League Commissioner Positions are voting positions on the Board)

  • Attend all regular and special Board Meetings to conduct the regular business of SBYB;
  • Overseeing the orderly operation of his/her League;
  • Keeping the Board President and other Board Members informed as to the status of his/her league;
  • Appointment to any sub-committee as deemed necessary by The President, or his/her designee;
  • Responsibility for the practice and in-season schedules for his/her league;
  • Establishing a yearly Team Manager meeting schedule and then conducts monthly meetings for all Managers in his/her league to ensure the orderly operation of the league;
  • Shall serve as a member of the sub-committee that conducts interviews, and recommends for approval, all potential Team Managers for his/her division of SBYB;
  • Ensuring that all Managers for the teams in his/her league are representing SBYB in an acceptable manner;
  • Ensuring that all Managers for the teams in his/her league are in compliance with the duties and responsibilities and outlined in Section 7 for Team Managers;
  • Ensuring that ALL League Volunteers for the teams in his/her league have successfully submitted their information to the Board for participation in the SBYB background check program;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

Section 7 – The duties/responsibilities of each Team Manager position shall include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Shall attend all regular and special meetings as needed. Shall also ensure that if he/she cannot attend any meeting a representative will be present from his/her team;
  • Assisting the League Commissioner with the collection of information that is necessary for any League Volunteer to properly complete an application for the SBYB background check program;
  • Oversee the preparation of any field that is used by SBYB for games and/or practices. This will include, but is not limited to; marking the foul lines, and other lines before games, installing/removing the home run fence, installing/removing the bases, manicuring the pitchers’ mound and batter’s/catcher’s boxes, and other areas as needed before and after each game, opening/closing the scoreboard control box, and any other duties/responsibilities as deemed necessary by the President, or his/her designee;
  • Ensure that all equipment necessary for the maintenance of each playing field is safe and in proper working order before each use;
  • Provides all necessary playing equipment for each game to be played. Also ensures that all playing equipment is safe and in good working order;
  • Provides baseballs as necessary when designated as the “home team”;
  • Shall conduct themselves and, ensure that all Coaches, the Team Mom, and other approved League Volunteers, for his/her team, conduct themselves in a mature, professional manner while representing SBYB in any capacity;
  • Communicate game schedules and practice schedules to all players and their families;
  • Participate in sign-ups and tryouts at date(s)/time(s) that are established by SBYB;
  • Assist the Fireworks Booth Coordinator with the sale of fireworks during the annual fireworks fund-raiser. This includes, but is not limited to, helping stock the container prior to the sale of fireworks, organizing the fireworks stand prior to the sale of fireworks, assisting with the inventory, staffing the booth with parent volunteers from each Managers’ team at a date and time specified by the Fireworks Booth Coordinator;
  • Conform to all rules of SBYB as written in the 2015 edition of rules for each division of SBYB;
  • Other duties as needed/assigned

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Article 5 – Background Checks (screenings)

Section 1 – Purpose

It is the intent of SBYB to establish certain guidelines wherein San Bruno Youth Baseball can seek to protect its players, registered in one of the programs associated with SBYB, by investigating the background of Board Members, Mangers, Coaches and all other League Volunteers who will be associated with SBYB.

Section 2 – Definitions

SBYB recognizes a Manager, Coach, or League Volunteer, as any person who leads, instructs, or interacts, with any player at practices, games, or other SBYB functions – or portions of practices/games/functions, at any time.

Section 3 – Process

SBYB will implement, and maintain, a mandatory background screening policy for all Board Members, League Volunteers, Team Managers, Team Mothers and Volunteer Coaches. For the purposes of this article these positions will be referred to as “applicants”.  The screening process shall be thorough and confidential and shall be conducted by an outside (“third”) party that specializes in this type of work. All costs for this service will be paid for by SBYB.

All candidates for the above mentioned positions shall sign a Background Check Application Form along with a Release Form for Criminal History. The Release Form gives SBYB the right to check criminal history records and verify social security numbers. This work shall be conducted directly through Protect Youth Sports (PYS) (www.protectyouthsports.com). The secure URL at which applicants can apply is:

www.opportunities.averity.com/SanBrunoBaseball

Other personal information, such as financial records, credit history, work history, etc. will not be checked, or researched. PYS will not forward any applicant’s information to SBYB where no issues are discovered.

The criminal background screening process in mandatory, there shall be no exceptions.

Section 4 – Screening Committee (Sub-committee)

Each year, the President, or his/her designee, shall appoint a sub-committee to act as the Screening Sub-committee for any background check that has been “returned” for further inspection. This sub-committee shall be comprised of the Vice-President, one of the At Large Board Members and, one of the League Commissioners. In addition the President or his/her designee will also appoint an alternate to serve on the sub-committee. The alternate may be any member of the Board. The Chairperson will always be the Vice-President. The Screening Sub-committee shall review all background checks that have been returned, to determine eligibility for a position with SBYB.

In the event that a member of the Screening Sub-committee is unavailable, at a time when a background check is returned, the President shall appoint another member(s) of the Local Board to serve in place of the absent sub-committee member(s).

Applicants have the right to appeal a negative decision of the Screening Sub-committee for the purpose of clarifying facts, or explaining circumstances, to the Screening Sub-committee. After exhausting the appeal process the decision of the Screening Sub-committee shall be final.

All information that is processed by the Screening Sub-committee will be kept strictly confidential and will not be made public under any circumstances.

Section 5 – Notifications

All applicants shall notify the Chairperson of the SBYB Screening Sub-committee immediately upon arrest, or conviction, of any of the offenses listed in Section 6. Any applicant, who while serving as a League Volunteer for SBYB, is arrested for committing an offense as listed, will immediately be removed from his/her position with SBYB, pending final disposition by the legal system. A conviction of any offense listed in Section 6, will result in immediate termination of any volunteer position with SBYB.

 

 

Section 6 – Offenses Prohibiting Participation as a League Volunteer

In some instances, factors of time, (i.e. length of time since the final disposition of certain offenses), may be taken into account by the screening committee when considering the applicant for a Volunteer Position with SBYB.

The following offenses shall prohibit the applicant from participation in SBYB:

  • Arson
  • Assault of any kind (including aggravated and sexual)
  • Aggravated Kidnapping
  • Aggravated Robbery
  • Any crime against children (including abandonment, abuse, endangerment, pornography, possession or promotion of pornography, enticement, solicitation, sale of, injury to, or indecency)
  • Criminally Negligent Homicide
  • Deadly Conduct
  • Delivery of Marijuana
  • Manufacture or Delivery, of a controlled substance, or dangerous drug
  • Any violation of a law intended to control the possession, or distribution, of any controlled substance, or illegal drug
  • Indecent exposure
  • Injury to Elderly, or Disabled
  • Intoxication Manslaughter
  • Kidnapping
  • Malicious Mischief/Vandalism
  • Manslaughter (voluntary or involuntary)
  • Murder
  • Prohibited Sexual Conduct
  • Prostitution (including promotion of and aggravated promotion of)
  • Public Lewdness
  • Rape
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Marijuana Possession*
  • Driving While Intoxicated/Impaired (DWI) / Driving Under the Influence (DUI)*
  • Theft**

*If a first offense, and not currently under probation - - applicant is eligible, but cannot drive any child other than his/her own. Any applicant who violates the driving by-law will be immediately ineligible to continue as a League Volunteer. More than one violation has occurred, or currently on probation - - applicant is not eligible.

**Eligibility dependent upon the severity and length of time since offense occurred. To be determined by the Screening Sub-committee.

 

Article 6 – Rules and Regulations

Each league comprising San Bruno Youth Baseball shall play by a set of rules and regulations as approved by the Local Board.

To ensure that each division understands, and conforms to all rules, the President, or his/her designee, shall appoint a Rules Sub-committee each year to review the rules for each division. This sub-committee shall consist of the League President, or Vice-President, one of the At Large Board Members, and the Commissioner for each league.

A complete set of rules will be given to each Manager, prior to the start of the season for his/her division. In addition all rules for each division can be found on the SBYB website at: www.brunobaseball.org.

 

Article 7 – Purchase and Spending Limits

  • All “individual” purchases by any Board Member, or League Commissioner, exceeding $100.00 must be approved by the President, or the Vice-President;
  • All SBYB purchases using the Lowe’s credit card shall be approved by the President, or the Vice-President;
  • All SBYB purchases using the Office Depot Business Account shall be paid by the user and then submitted to the Local Board for reimbursement;
  • In order to be reimbursed for any personal expense incurred by any member of the SBYB Board, the President or Vice-President must approve, and receive a receipt for the purchase. This receipt must be signed, and dated, by the individual requesting reimbursement. Once approved, the receipt will be submitted to the Business Manager/Treasurer for payment.

 

 

 

Note: Upon their initial adoption, any changes, additions, or subtractions, to these by-laws may only occur if voted on by a majority vote of the Local Board of San Bruno Youth Baseball (SBYB). This may occur at any regular or special meeting, which takes place between September of one year and February of the succeeding year.  No changes to these by-laws may be made after the February meeting. A permanent copy of these by-laws will be maintained by the Business Manager/Treasurer and a copy kept with all incorporation documents.

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