Lake candidate quotes

Michael Harrison; after listing a number of issues that, “My objective is to develop strategies the members can accept that implement recommendations…” “second objective is to rebuild member trust in the Board.” Now you know that Mr. Harrison’s objectives are not likely to make him a favorite of the existing Board, even though he seems to be the only goal-oriented candidate.
Marlene Weaver; “Get things done.” “Promote positive community engagement!” Very nondescript, but she recognizes the need to get the community involved with the details of the issues.
For those remaining on the Board, I thought reading some of their past objectives: Cliff Altshull (2011); “I want the existing committees to have a greater impact in the decision making process which will better attract the wealth of talents we have here in our community.” Joy Bauserman (2011); “I will foster more collaboration between committees to strengthen their role in assisting the Board of Directors. Also, I would like fostering volunteerism and committee involvement in building more community spirit.”
Valerie Palamountain (2011); I would like to develop a plan for the next phase of Lake Monticello’s development.”
Charles Harrelson (2012): “Dredging of the lake, as part of the overall process of sustaining the lake, as the jewel of our association.” “We cannot afford to neglect the lake as we did the golf course.”
Well, we love making plans and making the “process more open,” but in the end the best we seem to do is stirring the muck at the bottom of the Lake. You gotta love it.

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