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Re: AIS: Minutes, and the Webpage

In a message dated 6/1/2006 10:02:00 AM Eastern Standard Time,  
jijones@usjoneses.com writes:

<<I would ask you and others, what part of the minutes interest  you the 
most?  >>

The packet entire. I am part of this Society, and I like to know  what is 
going on. 
I like concrete information upon which I can rely in coming to an  informed 
opinion. It seems little enough to ask.You don't want  to unintentionally 
create the impression that the record of Board activity  is being shuffled out of 
As the Board tends to act slowly, I'd favor leaving minutes on the  webpage 
for no less than five years. I also think they need to appear  on the webpage 
simultaneously with the appearance of the digest in the  Bulletin.
Thanks for your response, I appreciate it.
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA

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