all these things that you answered about - being out of process,
disruption, ignoring advice - all of these were some of the things you
explicitly apologized for just two weeks ago. Those were not my words,
those are yours.
Seeing you defend these, again, does this mean your apology was not sincere?
It was this apology of yours that gave me several sleepless nights -
It was this apology that let me regain most of the respect, and some of the
trust I had lost.
It was this apology that gave me hope that you might have finally
And now you are here again, being defensive about these very issues? About
nothing else in what I wrote, but merely about these things?
Please, tell me that you were sincere.
On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 9:48 PM, James Heilman <jmh649(a)gmail.com> wrote:
With respect to Denny's statement that I acted out
of process, yes I spoke
with staff at staff's request. However, so did the majority of the rest of
the trustees. And the chair and vice chair were aware of these
conversations. Additionally the situation in question justified these
conversations IMO. With respect to "ignoring advice" I did use my own
judgement. With respect to the "disruption" I do not feel I can take
responsibility for the engagement survey results. I did bring staff
concerns forwards to the board but I was simply reporting these concerns.
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