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But, you're calling this thing (whatever it is) an 'Association'  -  vis a vis, the "Structural
Engineering Association - International".  My question is, 'What is the format of the Association?
Are you a legal entity, or just a bunch of loosely associated organizations, or individuals??"

Your web site has a logo that looks suspiciously similar to that of the SEAOC.  Do you have rights to
use that logo?  etc, etc.  Maybe I'm missing something here, but it seems to me that there' s been a
lack of basic organizational groundwork work done.


raranous(--nospam--at) wrote:

> Lew,
> seaint is not a single organization.  It is a combination of many organizations from around the
> world.  The idea is for a truly international list server and web site.
> Lew Midlam wrote:
> > There isn't any place at the seaint web site where one can get info on SEA International.
> > There's plenty of info about SEAOSC, et al, but nothing about SEA International.
> >
> > Who is SEA International?  Who are your members?  What is your charter?  Who can join?  What is
> > your phone number?  Where are you located?  Whom do you represent?  etc, etc, etc.
> >
> > Lew MIdlam, PE
> >
> > ========================
> >
> > JAMES S LAI wrote:
> >
> > > To: Readers of List Server,
> > >
> > > On behalf of the SEA International ( ), I wish to
> > > welcome you. The SEAint Web Site and List Server is dedicated to the
> > > improvement of communication among structural engineering professionals
> >