I'm sure I'm not the only one who must write resolutions for adoption by various boards under your purview. Writing in this kind of stilted legalese has always felt unnatural and it's definitely a specialized skill that I've had to develop on the job. If you write resolutions as part of your work, how did you improve at it, and do you have any advice to impart as far as writing resolutions that make a modicum of sense when viewed by the layperson? Granted, these are specialized documents intended for a specific audience, but if a member of the public submits a FOIL request to see a resolution that I've written for X project, I'd like that resolution to be as readable as possible to avoid any confusion. Thoughts?