Reporter David J. Del Grande is correct; the contentious relationship between the board/committee members and GVR’s general membership is worth noting, but Del Grande should have taken the information one step further to note that it is a small sect of the membership who has created and is fostering the acrimonious, divisive relationship between the two (“Recording dispute ends GVR session,” Page A14, Sept. 12).
Mr. Haggerty is spot on being concerned with a member at large recording a meeting. There is no reason to go into a meeting, announce you are recording it and refuse to comply with a request to stop, then to cause disruption. The same can be said for Mr. Clarke Lambert pretending to think he could attend a closed meeting. Shame on you both!
Once again, actions by disgruntled members in the audience have prevented any progress being made during a meeting.
These same members claim the board can’t get anything done and is inefficient. It’s the same cycle every meeting: bully and disrupt, then whine and complain that nothing gets done. I agree with Mr. Haggerty, it was a “set-up.”
Adele Jenkins, Green Valley