According to my understanding of things. If you present a written explanation of why this should be done and you get a track rep to present a motion. This should be able to be voted on by the board.
Which means with 10 board members
6 track reps.
(commish abstaining in case of tie, which there really can’t be since there are only 9 members to begin with)
You would need 6 people to say
to the proposal and date to change whatever rule is in place.
Simple matter of democracy in action.
This is also why I say it’s important to know who your track reps are, so you can have them bring forth motions and rule changes people would like to see made.
Don_e properly the nbl way of doing things is very positive.