Compare: Planning consideration information by MAC and AIA
Original post made by CDSI Research Fellowship on Feb 11, 2010
REF: Web Link
This agenda purposely avoids disclosure for items 9 and ll in contrast to the summary disclosure neighborhoods expect based on AIA planning's open disclosure policy. An identification number is not disclosure or is it anything more than restriction of public information.
By example throughout governments, institutions and corporations, agendas are to inform and invite participation. Quite by contrast, district 3 and specifically Ms. Jennifer Quallick are continuing their restriction of public information and invitation.
Time for some journalism, wordsmith,
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