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RE: Changes to SEAOC and SEAOSC, SEAONC, SEAOSD and SEAOCC

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While I appreciate the contributions made by Roger Turk, et. al., I believe
the benefit of allowing SEAOC membership and its directors to speak freely
w/o fear of "airing dirty laundry" to the world far outweighs the loss of
contributions by non-members. BTW, I don't believe there is a restriction on
membership (especially since the organization started letting CEs vote).
Roger, Mel and others I'm sure are welcome to join.

Regards,
Bill Allen

-----Original Message-----
From: Nickel, Patrick [mailto:PNICKEL(--nospam--at)PARAGONSTR.COM]
Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 1998 10:04 AM
To: SEAOC
Subject: RE: Changes to SEAOC and SEAOSC, SEAONC, SEAOSD and SEAOCC


Bill's proposal would eliminate Mel Slaysman's and Roger Turk's (I'm
assuming they are members of SEAoA only) input /advice on SEAOC business
or anything else deemed SEAOC-oriented.  I think SEAOC members have
benefited in the past from their advice, and you would miss out on the
Arizona perspective - it's a dry perspective.

Patrick Nickel
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My "plan"/proposal is to setup a separate listserv to conduct SEAOC
business. If you are a member of SEAOC, then you would be elgible to
participate. I do not envision deleting the current listserv. As a
matter of
fact, I would assume there are a lot of participants who would welcome
(and
have suggested) taking non-technical issues off of this forum.

Regards,
Bill Allen