Our town council has until now been using a free platform to hold our virtual meetings. The clerk sends out the agendas as usual but I have been setting up the virtual meetings and sending out the invites. I am the Mayor/Chair. We are now about to change to a paid version which will give the 'host' full control of the meetings. The clerk has told me today that she should be one of the hosts. After thinking about this, I am not sure that she should be. She cannot chair a meeting, which is basically what the 'host' does. Not being the host may mean that she cannot send out the virtual meeting invites, although I have not yet checked this, but she has been more than happy for me to do it up till now as she is not, by her own admission, very technical.
I know virtual council meetings are all very new so there is probably nothing set in stone about this, but to me it does not seem appropriate that the clerk should be a host. I would appreciate any thoughts on this.