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Re: Jim Wilkins' EEE Address

I had a totally unrelated email sent to Jim that has never been answered.
I'm sending it again.  Beth Arnold
-----Original Message-----
From: Ransom Lydell <ranbl@netsync.net>
To: hosta-open@mallorn.com <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Date: Thursday, November 25, 1999 9:37 AM
Subject: Re: Jim Wilkins' EEE Address

>At 06:59 AM 11/25/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>>CCREDUX@aol.com wrote:
>>> It is hostadocta@pop.voyager.net
>>> I am sure he will glady take your msgs. and answer them.
>>> Clyde C.
>>If that's true, then why have my repeated postings to the old Robin, and
>>directly to Jim W., gone unacknowleged, let alone unanswered?  I think
>>that alot of this happened so that the Board doesn't have to directly
>>deal with questions relating to the By-laws, or the Board activities.
>>Diane Frederick
>I believe for a lot of the period when those messages were sent, Jim W. was
>away.  I believe he felt that circumstances, changed (in Jim's eyes) as
>time went along, and that those questions had been answered.  I try also to
>remember that he does this work for free.  On the other hand it is
>probable, that he is listining to some of the wrong advice from members of
>the board, and "others".  His ability to determine the needs of the whole
>membership, is impared by a lack of any real system of gathering info.  I
>have spoken to some of the board members, however, that are very much ready
>to support the needed changes to accomidate a growing Association.  I am
>now suggesting, that if anyone has constructive thoughts on "problems
>"facing AHS they write a letter to Jim, but in addtion, send copies to some
>of the other board members. Include CH Falstead in this.
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