Re: GPNC meeting minutes
- Yes that is what I thought as I once served as the secretary of the GPNC.It would seem you would need minutes of any official meeting of the GPNC.But clearly that is not what Bradley thinks now.BrianGlassell Park
From: Jose Martinez
Sent: Dec 5, 2012 2:10 PM
Subject: [nelalist] Re: GPNC meeting minutes
It's obvious that the only ones that believe anything that Bradley says is DONE. The GPNC has always kept minutes of the Executive Committee meetings and distributed them at the General Stakeholder meetings - copies are on file in the GPNC office, so just ask Art Camarillo who is the Office Manager for access. You can also refer DONE to the GPNC bylaws - the following is from Artivle VI.2.C.2 on page 9 regarding "Duties & Powers of the Secretary":
C. The Secretary:2. Provides minutes of both Executive Committee and General Stakeholder meetings andmaintains permanent records thereof and assures their availability to Stakeholders upon request.
From: Brian Frobisher <froby@...>
I attended a GPNC "Executive Committee" meeting tonight 12/4/2012 at the
Glassell Park Senior Center.
I was first and foremost informed by "Bradley" that the GPNC did not have to
have any records "minutes" of "Executive Board" meetings. (Lisette, is this
true) Has Bradley spoken to the Los Angeles City Attorney about this?
Here is proof that Bradley burps about "contacting the City Attorney"
He said that he had "Spoken to the City Attorney of Los Angeles" and
NO MINUTES REQUIRED OF GPNC EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETINGS
I was also informed that the KIA dealer on San Fernando Road is the
equivalent of $50 MILLION dollars per year income to "GLASSELL PARK"...but.
After further questioning.....oh, no, this is $50 Million Dollars to the
City of Los Angeles......but....
After further questioning.....oh no, this if $50 Million Dollars to the
State of California.....
I call LETS CHECK THIS OUT (It stinks) , can anyone confirm that a
dealership such as the one on San Fernando Road selling KIA automobiles is
selling enough stock to make a $50 million dollar input on the budget of
I hope anyone interested in democracy attends the upcoming meeting on
December 18th of the GPNC