[sac-board] Re: Cherry Rd & NASP

  • From: "Stanley A. Gorodenski" <stan_gorodenski@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: sac-board@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 01 Jun 2003 12:55:38 -0800

This is the email address on one of Gary Frey's recent emails:
              Gary Frey <gfreynpo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Regarding the issue of whether or not to contact to the Rancher, I think it is a
good idea to contact him, not necessarily to say "it is not us", but to let him
know that we are aware of the problem and are taking measures to correct it.

"Gene A. Lucas" wrote:

> Then the "problem" is more serious than I imagined.  I will offer the
> opinion that Marilyn is not fully in charge of the NASP planning, and
> the issues center on which ever persons are in charge -- probably Gary
> Frey?
> I will look and see if I have an up to date e-mail for him.  I opine
> that even a phone call will not settle this, however.
> Too bad -- my inclination is to avoid the issue(s) by simply not
> attending NASP until I have some reasonable assurance these issues are
> not going to crop up again.  Before a PAC representative is permitted to
> advertise the event at our meetings in future, I would like to know that
> we will have some explanations about these and other issues ahead of
> time.
> Gene
> (17250)
> Thad Robosson wrote:
> >
> > > Maybe the problem is that PAC is operating in a vacuum, so to speak, and
> > > is NOT getting any feedback from the other state clubs.  But then, I
> > > don't recall getting any e-mail or calls from anybody up there,
> > > including Gary Frey.  They all know I have been very active in
> > > organizing several of the western US events for many years.  How about
> > > the other club officers -- any recent contacts re: NASP planning?
> > > Gene
> > > (17250)
> > >
> >
> > Gene, et al,
> >
> > PAC knew in advance via Jennifer's email to Marilyn about the issue with the
> > gate and our agreement with the rancher.
> > No vacuum here, except in the area of common courtesy and decency.
> >
> > Thad

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