Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Meeting without residents

The town council with the Difficult Property manager called. They want to meet with the Society, but the strange thing is they thought it would be better if the residents weren't there for the meeting. They said they would like to hear their feedback and discuss how the town council can work together with the residents but without them actually being present. He also said that they wanted to meet with the Society to prevent miscommunication - at which point I mentioned that it might be a good idea then to have the residents there so that there is really no chance of the message getting garbled. The Property manager I spoke to it might be easier to hold a meeting if the Difficult Property Manager and the volunteers weren't actually there.

He also said that the rest of the town council divisions didn't have a problem (true) but that it was just this one Difficult Property Manager who did not want to work with the volunteers. This begs the question - can't the town council just direct her to do so if that's the case and she's being unreasonable? If the caregivers there are reasonable and want to work with her, then isn't refusing to work with them just being difficult?

They also mentioned they wanted to discuss abandonment and microchipping the cats again - but we brought up our concerns to them about these issues already, so I'm not sure if we're going to just rehash the same.


Blogger vegancat said...

Sounds like this "difficult" person is "universally" difficult. Some personality disorder I reckon.

22/3/06 4:20 PM  

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