[nfbmi-talk] dealing with January 10 posts Re: Minutes, January 6, 2011, 8:30 P.M.
lizmohnke at hotmail.com
Thu Jan 13 15:36:50 CST 2011
Yes, Donna, I would agree with your email. I was going to contact Nick about this privately, but I see that his email address is no longer listed on the information page. I really do not understand what I did to deserve such disrespect. I simply asked for some clarification on the motion as a way to prevent any further miscommunication on the matter.
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> Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2011 14:05:51 -0500
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> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] dealing with January 10 posts Re: Minutes, January 6, 2011, 8:30 P.M.
> Hi Terry and Nick, First of all Terry, I apologize for using your email when
> I really wish to direct my conversation to Nick. I trust that you will
> receive this Nick and then I can get your email address. During the January
> 6 board meeting it was stated that you were in charge of monitoring the NFBM
> list serve. Perhaps you may not yet have seen the posts by Joe on the night
> of January 10 in which he was attacking myself and Elizabeth. Since I was
> verbally abused in two posts then I am bringing this to your attention. I
> think that this ranting and raving is inappropriate on our public list
> serve. I wish for you to take action to make sure that this situation cannot
> happen again on our National Federation of the Blind of Michigan list. Since
> this is definitely not the first time that there have been complaints about
> his posts then I think he should be blocked from our list. Some have
> expressed that they want to hear his posts so they could still communicate
> with him in some other way. Please investigate the situation and let me know
> what your thoughts are with regard to the entire situation. There is no room
> for this mistreatment of one another and I believe it hinders the ongoing
> work and progress of the National Federation of the Blind of Michigan.
> Thanks for your help, Donna Posont
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> Subject: [nfbmi-talk] Minutes, January 6, 2011, 8:30 P.M.
> > Minutes, January 6, 2011, 8:30 P.M.
> > Quorum yes Larry Posont, Michael Powell, Terri Wilcox, Marcus Simmons,
> > Dave Robinson, Matt McCubbin, Mary Wurtzel, Melinda Latham,
> > Donna Posont.
> > Secretary's Report. Terri Wilcox. The Secretary's Report was approved.
> > Marcus Simmons moved to adopt the report as emailed. The
> > motion was seconded by Dave Robinson.
> > Treasurer's Report, Mary Wurtzel. The Youth Outreach account has $1350.88.
> > The affiliate account has $2924.71. The Newsline account
> > has $1,348.75. Dave Robinson moved adoption of the Treasurer's Report.
> > Mike Powell seconded the motion. The Treasurer's report was
> > approved. The Solicitation License needs 990's for the years 2004 through
> > 2007.
> > President's Report. Larry Posont. We may get Discovery by the middle of
> > the month. There was a discussion about the law suit.
> > Washington Seminar, J.J. Meddaugh. We retain the motion to have a female
> > room for Michigan Affiliate Members. Dave Robinson made the
> > motion. It was seconded by Mary Wurtzel. The motion was approved. It was
> > understood that if there is extra space in the female room,
> > individuals who are not a part of our Michigan affiliate but wish to stay
> > in the room, must pay part of the cost of the room.
> > Mary Wurtzel will be in the women's room.
> > Student Division, Elizabeth Mohnke. The student division wants to have a
> > board meeting before Washington Seminar. It is desirable to
> > reestablish National Federation of the Blind of Michigan Scholarships.
> > Matt McCubbin might have a copy of the student constitution
> > that is needed.
> > Training of Staff. Jo Ann Pilarski recommended to Pat Cannon that the
> > training committee be kept small.
> > Summer 2011 National Convention Transportation. This will be discussed
> > further at the February 12 Quarterly Board Meeting.
> > Quarterly Board Meeting February 12,
> > 2011, Lansing. The meeting will be held either at The Guyer Community
> > Center or at Fred and Mary Wurtzel's church. It will commence
> > at 11 A.M. and end at 4 P.M. with lunch at 12:30.
> > Potential Commission Board Meeting, January. There might be a meeting on
> > the 21st or 29th on Business Enterprise Issues. We may need
> > a position paper on the detrimental aspects of these proposed motions.
> > Nature's Finest Bounty Report. Some coffee is being sold. A Nature's
> > Finest Bounty public relations person is needed. Dave Robinson
> > will help.
> > Monitoring Report? Find out what the agency is doing to comply with the
> > Monitoring Report. A letter will be written outlining our
> > concerns about the Commission's lack of compliance.
> > New Business: The legislative committee is eager to work on Newsline. The
> > legislative Committee is planning a conference call. The
> > Membership Committee planned to have a conference call.
> > Opportunities Unlimited for the Blind did not get the Rfp for Camp
> > Tuhsmeheta. Larry Posont proposes a meeting concerning Camp
> > Tuhsmeheta for everyone who is interested in camp programming for Summer
> > 2011. The Nfb is the only group with the interest and
> > knowledge to save and run Camp Tuhsmeheta. The blind need control of the
> > Camp. The Nfb makes a motion that we ask for accountability
> > for where all funds and the trust are being allocated. Marcus Simmons
> > moves adoption and Mary Wurtzel seconded the motion. The
> > motion is approved
> > A motion that National Federation of the Blind of Michigan call and host a
> > meeting to keep Camp Tuhsmeheta for the blind. The motion
> > is approved. Marcus Simmons calls for adoption and Mary Wurtzel seconds
> > the motion. The motion is approved.
> > People are being called to let them know of the return of Newsline. A
> > Press release was issued concerning Newsline. The
> > announcements section is very old. We need people to help with
> > announcements for Newsline. Mike Powell will help.
> > Send Chapter Election results to Peter Zaremba.
> > Old Business: Melinda Latham states that seven youth are going to
> > Washington Seminar. Youth will attend appoints. Youth are giving
> > influence about what they want to do while in Washington. We intend to
> > work on restarting the parent's division.
> > There is concern expressed about emails criticizing the Commission for the
> > Blind. The digest mode makes emails more compact. We are
> > required to carry out our state and National resolutions. Resolutions need
> > to go out on the list serve.
> > Adjourn at 10-08.
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