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Here’s The Scoop…AND THEN THERE WERE 10….

10 CIC PARTY BOARD MEMBERS?….

Has the CIC PARTY expanded their board without a vote of its members?….HMMMM

BCbythesea…hears that John MacMillan the BTSTimes Editor/recent CIC member/CIC “Citizen of the Year”/back-room yeller at the 7/13/08 CIC meeting….at sitting LBTS Commissioner Dodd……is now “privy”..to board information….and was to include his “BTST Editorial”…slamming the Commissioner and this writer with the “latest”…e-mail “sanctioned” by Chair Cristie Furth and Vice Chair Maureen McIntee….to their members!

Now let me get this straight….

The Executive Board…of the CIC Party…was going to send out an Editorial …per request from the Editor of a local paper…who unless…something new has transpired without a vote of the members…was NOT elected to the board?

Now let me get this straight….

Commissioner Dodd…previous Chair of the CIC…was denied the correct action…. of sending out the 2 letters sent to the board to all members….due to yet another Executive Board decision…to deny their members “full disclosure” of what they themselves received?….

Let me get this straight….

Due to this action…Commissioner Dodd…previous Chair of the CIC…felt that it was imperative that CIC members not receive only “half” of the story…requiring him to see the members were informed…thereby sending out the follow-up to the original letter…to further explain the situation…..which was then deemed…a “breach” of the “authorized” use of e-mails…to CIC members?….

Let me get this straight….

Chair Cristie Furth…Vice Chair McIntee and a majority…”cherry-picked”…to get the vote…sent out yesterday’s e-mail…instructing their members…to “IGNORE” any further ‘UN-SANCTIONED” e-mails that come from Commissioner Dodd or anyone else…UNLESS they come from Chair Cristie Furth or Secretary Bob Roberts….but were going to include the editorial of the “10th member on the Board…John MacMillan?”…

No one could make this stuff up….

It really is now….the CIC PARTY!….

more to come….

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