68.13. A member of the executive committee may, where circumstances so warrant, deliberate and vote at a meeting of the executive committee by telephone or other means of communication.
A member may avail himself of that right only if the following conditions are met:
(1) the chairman of the executive committee or the person replacing him and the secretary of the Community are present at the same place; and
(2) the telephone or other means of communication used permits all persons participating or present at the meeting to hear one other.
The minutes of the meeting must mention the names of members who participate at the meeting by telephone or other means of communication.
A member who deliberates and votes at a meeting by telephone or other means of communication in accordance with this section is deemed to be present at the meeting, and shall be included for the purpose of determining whether there is a quorum.