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Re: ... & bulletin

zebra@isomedia.com wrote:
> From: Scott Aitken  <zebra@chcs.com>
> This is not a final decision yet, but my dad (Terry Aitken, Bulletin
> Editor) is leaning very heavily to printing only a summary of the AIS Board
> Meeting minutes in the Bulletin.  Many people seem to be curious about what
> goes on in Board meetings, but very few want to read every word of it.

I'm one of the very few.

> it does take up a lot of room in the Bulletin twice a year. The complete
> printed text would be available free for the asking to anyone who wanted
> all of it.

That would sure make it hard for me to complain.

Of course, if the summary is good/complete enough, I would eventually 
give up on the complete version.

Gerry, baking in L.A.

PS  The new Bulletin looks good.

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