Comment 49038

By EugeneM (registered) | Posted October 08, 2010 at 15:34:24

I'm aware of the mandate of a neighborhood association. I attend the meetings of mine. Our association does a little more than just community building and charitable events.

I'm also very aware that you and the other board members have very pro-Morelli leanings, which is fine, you're entitled to your personal opinions. However, when there no mix of opinion on the board, which is unrepresentative btw, these leanings will naturally influence the association and the message it puts out, about Morelli and the other candidates. That's a strong and influential voice.

I'm not impressed to hear that those who do not share your opinions are removed from access to the online resources of the association. A neighborhood association needs to include all members of the community, not ostracize those who disagree with the board.

I have friends in that neighborhood and nearby. Of the five names that are listed as part of the board, I've heard three of them in association with "Tetley bashing". One friend said that she felt really uncomfortable with what was being said.

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