Monday, December 11, 2006

Out of Touch

Judging from the letters to editor in yesterdays Sun, the members of the CA Board of Directors who met as a "caucus" and decided to oppose a three year extension to Maggie Browns contract, are seriously out of touch with the community.

Not a single letter was written in support of their position.

The Board Members calling for Maggie's removal are Phil Marcus (Kings Contrivance), Gail Broida (Town Center), Cynthia Coyle (Harpers Choice), Philip Kirsch (Wilde Lake), and no surprise, Barbara Russell (Oakland Mills).

Though I have often been a critic of CA, I firmly believe that Maggie has bought stability and leadership to that organization. The present Board is split and dysfunctional. It is hard to fathom how they will be able to find and agree on someone who is more capable than Maggie.

It's time for the voting lien payers in Columbia to say enough of this nonsense.


Anonymous said...

We don't know if a letter was written; we know only that one was not published.

wordbones said...

I am going on the assumption that if at least ONE letter was sent in with an opposing view they would have published it.

Unless of course the letter was written so badly they wouldn't publish it...

...and in my experience with publishing it would have had to have been pretty bad.