Discussion in 'New To Racing' started by Hiener, Nov 15, 2012.
WMRRA has a simple list of the changes
Typically they are announced at meetings. Once published, the rule book is posted on the site. We don't post proposals the way that WMRRA does.
have we not posted them up before the meeting? scott did mention he was going to.....seems the exec. isn't being very transperent.
Guys, Scott may do so, but:
A: He's on vacation right now, so no even in the Country to post this stuff up
B: The rule book is not even done yet. We've had the meetings, and the file is out for editing. The rule book takes a LOT of work.
And a tweet will follow...
Wouldn't posting them before the meeting speed things up for Monday? it might avoid a long Q&A session.
The rules will not be ready for Monday's meeting. They are still going through the committee. They have to all approve the rulebook as it is written, then submit it to the exec for passing, at which point THEN it will go to the membership. I can't see that happening in 2 days.
Hmmmm. I have to ask if there is a particular reasoning behind the decision not to post proposals the way that WMRRA does. Maybe I'm missing something here, but I would think an open dialogue on a matter such as this would be of benefit to inform the membership, encourage discussion, prepare the members for the next meeting and perhaps spur some to submit any ideas of their own.
Am I missing some obvious negative impact here? Would I be in deep doo-doo if I started a thread of rule proposals submitted by members? I have a couple suggestions that I ran by Ken at the last meeting and he thought they were good ones. Maybe he was just being polite and didn't want to hurt my feelings (we all know about my sensitive nature, don't we?).
Ken will tell you the truth, he's not afraid to hurt your feeling, he hurt my feelings once If the committee hasn't finnished i'm sure they would be open to members idea's. See ya at the meeting.
well put john....you certainly captured my thoughts and of many....it seems it was a closed meeting.
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