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Re: BOT Openness
I really don't concern myself much with the financial details of the AKA as
I assume the Treasurer is bonded and the BOT members know the bills have to
be paid. I would like to know what is board is considering and how
candidates for open positions stand on those subjects. How many members
actually know what the board is considering at any given time ? If you
don't know what is happening how can you give relevant input or even ask an
intelligent question ? In these days of mailing lists and accessible web
site it is a shame that this information is not disseminated openly and freely.
Larry Botkin AKA 07801
At 05:28 AM 9/25/02 -0400, you wrote:
>Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2002 13:00:58 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Joe Bulterman <jbulterman at yahoo_com>
>Subject: Re: BOT openness
>Let me politely ask, "Why should we call you"?
>It's more efficient for you to communicate in writing to us
>about what you are doing; what business you are proposing
>and how you intend to vote. If I know what you are
>proposing or how you intend to vote, I will communicate
>with you using email to discuss my thoughts. If you really
>wanted input on what was going on, a forum for that would
>be created and that's the truth.
>This form of communication would be truly revolutionary and
>I don't expect the current BOT's collectively possess the
>conscience to make this happen. But I hold out hope that
>someday we will assemble a team to lead us the way forward.
> And don't forget, I have some experience working with the
>BOT's so I'm not speaking from a position of inexperience.
>You might be surprised how much members would participate
>if you made it efficient for us to do so.
>- --- Catherine Carney <schmidtcarney at ecr_net> wrote:
>> I'll second Edd's comments. I'm available at home and
>> e-mail (the
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