Area leaders talk about schools
“I think this was an exciting first step in opening lines of communication”
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#1 Apr 6, 2007
You all need to include people from the "planning" commissions as well, as they are the ones approving development of all the new subdivisions causing residential growth. Also, the Chamber people represent only a portion of the interest in Baldwin County, and often are just a "lobby group" for special interest, which are often developers, which are part of the "growing" problem. Maybe they should stay on the corner of 59/98. Better communication with the people of the community, you know, the ones with the kids in these schools would go A LONG WAY. We're not just here for "fund raising", which seems to be the desired results from us. Maybe meeting at some times that working people can attend would be helpful, as a lot of us have good insight that is just, if not more, valuable than that of our leaders, which is sometimes questionable. Thanks for getting the process started anyway. We have to begin somewhere.
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