There are two separate issues here: (1) Precisely what was decided at the last meeting, and (2) What to put on next month's agenda, are two different issues.
On the former, I raised the question of whether people understood what they were voting on because there seem to be different impressions about what was voted, and the language used (e.g. "pursue," "get the ball rolling") was and remains ambiguous.
As for next month's meeting, I suggested in a recent message that we look at goals and strategy related to getting an initiative or initiatives on the ballot, and from there decide which measure or measures to go with. You may consider this as a formal request to include such an item in next month's agenda, if such a request is what you are prompting me for.
Yours in liberty,
<<< Starchild >>>
I am confused as to where you are going with these questions. Is
there any specific proposal you would like to make? If there is,
please make it; or if you like, ask for your specific proposal to be
placed on next meeting's agenda.
I am aware that you were not present at the last LPSF meeting, and
are perhaps trying to determine what transpired regarding the
discussion on the proposed initiatives. As a rule, those not present
at meetings rely on the minutes of that meeting for what transpired.
I suggest you read the minutes when they are available, and then take
whatever action you feel you need to take based on them.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Starchild <sfdreamer@e...>
> Morey also told me today that he thought he was voting just
> into the initiatives further. Are you confident that people in
> knew what they were voting on? Do you have a clear idea of what you
> mean when you say "get the ball rolling?" If so, can you explain
> you mean, because I am still unclear.
> <<< Starchild >>>
> > Hi Starchild,
> > In response to your question regarding the language used on the
> > on the proposed initiatives at the November meeting, I am
> > with Jawj's interpretation of pursuing both initiatives. If I was
> > clear at the meeting in what I was requesting, my fault!
> > of the specific language, the gist of what the membership present
> > voted for at the meeting is being accomplished: get the ball
> > on initiatives related to the City's payroll and hotel taxes.
> > Regards,
> > Marcy
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