You ask what now after the results of the questionnaire?
I for one, don’t feel that 15 members out of approximately 200 (7.5%) should make the decision for the future of the ADAU.
It doesn’t get any better if the membership is 350 (5%), 400 (3.8%) etc, etc…..
Look at it this way. What happens to this country in the general election for congress and the president, or any other political election?
Less than 50% of the registered voters make the decision for the direction of the country, and then 100% of the population complains about the results.
Same results with the questionnaire. Will 7.5% of the members determine our future?
Does anyone else see anything wrong with this picture?
No offense to anyone, but this is my opinion. I believe the members, along with the voters in this country, need to get involved and pay attention to what’s going on around them.
I could go on and on, so I’ll close with this.
Get involved and let everyone know what you want. You may not get what you want, but at least you have tried to make a change and be heard.
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