Hidden Villa Duveneck Dinner Postponement
Original post made by Hidden Villa Supporter, Old Palo Alto, on Sep 15, 2006
a resident of South of Midtown
on Sep 15, 2006 at 11:20 pm
The Hidden Villa board is risk averse, period. In addition to that, too many of its members are out of touch with new and more effective ways to leverage Hidden Villa's natural assets, and raise revenue. Unless the HV board gets refreshed with new members, Hidden Villa is toast in the long run.
What's staggering about this is how such a marvelous natural asset has been squandered because of long term incompetence and a pure lack of vision.
If that seems harsh, it's meant to be. HV, and HV's mission is bigger than its board, whcih has failed to insure sustainablility for this rare regional asset. It's time to clean house.
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