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Vote 'no', put the sour grapes behind
Herald and News letter to the editor by David Oxley, Poe Valley
KID board members are doing the best job possible under very
difficult circumstances. Let’s remember all the board
members were voted in by a vote of their patrons. They won
the vote because of their views and beliefs on the best way
to move KID forward.
November when the current majority board was placed into
office they have been working under strenuous conditions.
This has made it very hard for the current KID board to get
First the “sour
grapes minority patrons” tried mob rule at the public
meetings. When this did not work, then they filed ethics
charges against the majority board, which to date has found
no wrongdoing. After that did not work they have now decided
to try to recall the three majority board members.
The three chief
petitioners have circulated prospective petitions around
with false statements and lies. These are being investigated
at this time. It should also be known that the three chief
petitioners for the recall are the three ex-board members
that were voted out of office in the recent elections.
So, from my
view the current majority board is doing exactly what the
patrons elected them to do. We did not like the direction
the old board was taking us. Please vote no on the recall
and let the KID board get back to the business of moving KID
forward and put all this “sour grapes” controversy behind
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