My favorite aspect of the current Board’s communication procedures is the actual Q&A sessions that have been a part of every board meeting and town hall. When residents ask questions, answers are immediately given by one or more Board members with background information, previous discussion, and current thinking. Neighbors aren’t just left with silence or active censorship and suppression from the BCCA attorney, like what happened during previous Board incarnations. This has improved communication and trust in the community.

Will all Board candidates commit to keeping this style of Q&A, rather than reverting to just Q, if they are elected?

From John Mark Bojanski | Hill Creek

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