One unaffiliated blogger.
An out-sized local presence.
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In the meantime, I'd like to re-emphasize two points as follows:
(1) Centerpointe Communicator is not an instrument of the Centerpointe POA. The blog merely incorporated the geographic place name in its title because your friendly neighborhood blogger lives here and is concerned about issues that directly and indirectly impact this area. Last night, one resident asked why the POA cannot be more involved with certain "issues" that affect us. The answer is that some of that potential involvement clearly would be beyond their authority. The POA is an incorporated entity responsible for the administration and maintenance of this subdivision. To expand that presence beyond its legally-mandated role would expose it to liability. The POA cannot editorialize. The POA cannot even provide a web link to this blog for fear that it would be construed as endorsing certain political positions for which it might then be liable. Certain "issues" are therefore the purview of other independent groups including (but not limited to) this blog, rather than the POA.
Last night, someone offered the perspective that the POA is "for the subdivision" whereas the blog is "for the residents". I had never conceived of the distinction as succinctly as that, but I like it.
This is also the reason why your blogger can't serve on the POA. I've been asked to do that by a number of residents in the past, but it would clearly represent an unacceptable conflict of interest.
(2) Thanks to everyone who feeds me tidbits of information. Because the POA and the blog are unrelated and unaffiliated, we "run in different circles", so to speak. As a result of this, we occasionally get exposed to the same rumors originating from different sources.
|Two entities hearing the same information from different sources can help with the truth triangulation process. |
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So thanks, and thanks, and stay tuned for more.