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Concerns about lack of an APA chairman
October 12, 2011 - Jessica Collier
Brian Mann blogged yesterday that he's concerned about the fact that the APA is heading toward deliberations on the ACR without a chairman in place. This Friday's site visit (more on that later) will be commissioners' first real jump into learning about the project — up until now, APA staff have really been dealing with it, compiling the hearing record from which commissioners are supposed to make a decision — so the argument is that it would make things easier if the board remains the same throughout the ACR decision-making process, which is set at this point to last until January.
Read Brian's blog post at NCPR's the In Box.
What do you think? Are you concerned about there not being a board head right now? Do you think it will make a big difference in the decision process? Do you think it will affect it at all?
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