Wednesday, March 04, 2009

A return to the scene of a crime

They're going to try something different but the same next week (more on that part later). On Thursday, March 12. at 7:30 p.m., the Chestnut Hill Community Association will hold a special meeting (and they are so special) in the Lea Auditorium, Chestnut Hill Hospital at 8835 Germantown Avenue.

On the agenda - Financial status of the CHCA and CH Local (maybe with the right numbers this time) and a collection of bylaws recommendations: Size and composition of the board; ethics and disciplinary committee; nominating committee deadlines; others to be brought by board members.

Why does the location seem so familiar? Oh, that's right. We're back to the future again. And while you're at it, take a look at the terrorists and parasites of 2006 who have become the witless camp followers of 2009, according to Geraldine in her letter to the Local this week.

This board doesn't get it, even after the very public display of disaffection evidenced in the video posted last Friday. What magical moments will the board create this time? Can we expect the board to shut the community out? Will Dina and others run away when confronted with their actions? Will Tolis sit mute while someone else runs the meeting, interrupting only to offer his bits of wisdom on who is or isn't out of order? Most importantly, will the board have rent-a-cops to keep the community away from them? Or maybe real cops will be on the scene. Again.

Remember the date, time and place, people. This could be the best of show.


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