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Noel O'Brien's arrogant comments have put the spotlight on the thoughts of other board members.
Listen to these startling revelations by director Margie Hoffman.
When I ask questions, they know they can talk around me and confuse me and avoid the questions. Chris [allison] does that to everybody, I think.
On the question of whether Chris Allison is trustworthy:
Like I say, I just don't trust him. He's got an answer for everything.
Board books, the written record of what will be reviewed at a board meeting, are typically available to directors on the Friday preceding a Monday meeting. Do directors actually read them? Do they understand what they will be voting on? Do the books contain facts or information both for and against a particular course of action, or are they one-sided propaganda pieces?
Oh, I always go through them. I just don't read between the lines very well…to see the meaning. I mean, you're right. They tell us the facts they want us to know. The other details, the other side of the story, isn't there!
Isn't it the obligation of a board member to find the other side of the story?
We'll post even more interesting comments by Lake Holiday's directors and staff to offer a glimpse of what goes on behind closed doors. Stay tuned.