Tuesday, January 30, 2007

APS Board Could Grow

an article in the journal this morning.

There is no point. The premise is that, if people have more people on the board,who claim to represent their interests, then their interests will have attention paid to them.

The problem is a board whose members represent special interests at all.

If the system allows every stakeholder access to all information, power, and resources; and provides them with a seat at the table where decisions are made: the representation of special interests, even our own, will be eliminated;

in everyone's best interests.

In truth, the folks in the heights have no real interest in stealing power or resources from the kids in the valley;

for a number of very good reasons.

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