Are we seeing a catharsis of leadership in Alamo?
Following the March 3 results, proponents and candidates are pursuing outreach in the organized communication by a majority of neighbors in their neighborhoods. Considering the shifting leadership in Alamo and its impact on the AIA, county advisory committees and an emerging chamber of commerce, did community group leadership end March 3 and a new majority leadership emerge? Or, in your opinions, did something else happen?
As one AIM proponent noted, it was costly to discover that AIM committee members were not leaders throughout the community. Alamo spent over $300,000 to discover that AIM committee members were strangers to the majority. AIM committee members themselves were shocked that the community did not recognize their leadership.
We are seeing AIM's supporters, AIA members, and more community group participants reaching out to their neighborhoods in order to continue supporting a local voice for our community of neighborhoods. So, let's ask your readers what they think?
A catharsis in Alamo leadership??
Hal, as a community courtesy
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