AIM answers 'legitimate questions'
Original post made on Jan 3, 2008
Read the full story here Web Link posted Thursday, January 3, 2008, 1:28 PM
on Jan 3, 2008 at 4:30 pm
If you wish to prove yourself invisible and unimportant, Access www.alamoinc.org, and follow these instructions. "On the front page of the AIM Web site there is section that reads, "Comments or questions? Let us hear from you!" Users can click in the section and be linked directly to an AIM e-mail account. People are encouraged to ask questions about becoming a city to help determine whether or not they support incorporation."
Like many of your neighbors, you will likely receive no response or have your questions or comments interpreted to serve the incorporation campaign purposes. Try it! Prove to yourself the intentions of AIM's Silent Incorporation as only needed your signature on a petition and nothing more.
Iron Horse North Greater Neighborhood
Post as response from Alamo neighborhoods forum
on Jan 3, 2008 at 6:59 pm
Published with the author's permission
The article was a sick failure by AIM to excuse their autonomous behavior. I am saddened that a trusted news source would be victim to such drivel.
I remain concerned about Chris Kenber's comments about OUR incorporation and his further role in SRVUSD strategic planning. Chris needs to know we care deeply about his opposition to community voice and opinion.
I am sadly dissappointed and wish to remove my signature from the petition.
Outer Stone Valley greater neighborhoods
Posted as a courtesy of Alamo community e-chains
on Jan 3, 2008 at 8:21 pm
Where exactly has Kenber expressed opposition to community voice and opinion?
What would people like Kenber/AIM to say and do, really? Reading these forum threads, I get the sense that anything they do is going to be painted as wrong one way or another.
First they are accused of silence, then they talk and are called a "sick failure".
When you say someone is a "sick failure", it doesn't sound like an encouragement to dialog...