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The Executive Director leaves the powerful JPA

Original post made by Peggy, Evergreen Park, on Mar 24, 2008

Cynthia D'Agosta left the JPA. It's a sad day when we lose a person that promised so much but accomplished so little. You wonder what will happen next for the JPA. It's important that things go better this time around.

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Posted by Bob
a resident of Barron Park
on Mar 24, 2008 at 10:36 pm

Why is it a sad day when a person leaves a position who promises so much but does so little? I would think it would be a happy day. Now maybe some realism will creep in. See Diana Diamond's posting.


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