Then there's the Sierra County Economic Development Organization, an NPO that spends $6,000 per month on mystery expenses.It'll go like all the other poorly planned non-profits in T or C. Look at Bountiful Alliance...then to see the government gave them a grant to do it with...friends giving friends paychecks for? And where's all those chefs they said they were going to educate down at the newly built kitchen (paid for by the government)?
Previous post has a point. Non-profits serve their organization's members. What's Audette's organization, and yeah, we know 2me is a member.
SCEDO's minutes show a complaint by the Ex. Dir. that they are inappropriately spending grant money meant to fund development.
The USDA gave them a grant to fund a business incubator. After that complaint, after the expose that an MOU gives bankrupt Floridian developers unlimited access to all local bank and city information on the citizens, and after the SCEDO Ex. Dir. also became a City Commissioner, one wonders how they could exist for so long as an NPO.
The SCEDO members do nothing except parcel out ideas to each other for big money opportunities that never "trickle down" to the citizens of the county.
SCEDO is supposed to support infrastructure development, such as a proposed mass transit system. Instead their members, and former members, show envy and spite, agitating for false complaints. They work directly against the needs of the community.
Perhaps the faction that thinks SCEDO should be disbanded is correct.
However, this isn't about the planners of any NPO, since apparently even poorly planned NPOs serve functions and meet expectations sufficiently for an extended time.
This is about those who have a toxic perspective on solar-powered vehicles.