Joshua Tree, Ca.,- I will attempt to keep this post short and sweet because there were too many wordy-words to make your head spin reading the MAC document solely authored by the wordy-appointee, David Peach.
Last evening, I attended a one-person-self-appointed-ad-hoc meeting to review the *B.R.A.C.E. document only to find the Chair was not interested in hearing from the public on this wordy document while revealing he was the sole author. There was one other person in attendance Peach called by telephone to join the meeting. Peach proudly proclaimed he was not required to “notice” this meeting because it was an ad-hoc meeting, nor was he required to send out the pdf file of the document, as I had previously politely requested. Story>LINK
Okay…..no kidding…no noticing…no emails sent out…no copies of the document to review…no requirement to take input from citizens. Me thinks “Sir David” is all alone in his little B.R.A.C.E. kingdom…party of one? I can’t believe I sat through his pontification as he tried to explain HIS royal document to the point of “Wishful Thinking.”
Having taken a few personal swipes at me in a gallant attempt to support a fellow smoking “buddette”, Peach continues to “Tilt at Windmills.” Wordy definition-(The phrase is sometimes used to describe confrontations where adversaries are incorrectly perceived, or to courses of action that are based on misinterpreted or misapplied heroic, romantic, or idealistic justifications. It may also connote an importune, unfounded and vain effort against confabulated adversaries for a vain goal.)
*B.R.A.C.E. stands for Basic Regional And Community Enhancements. Peach also claims he distributed his document to several professionals who did not object or comment against it. At the last meeting, four out of five persons agreed with the document whereas, 100% of the attendees at this meeting thought the document was gobbledygook.
Note: If anyone owns property, he or she should be frightened to read proposal #7, which takes away property rights for the good of the community. Not on this list, yet, is Peach’s personal view that a P&L should be submitted by any builder to determine financial stability in order to insure completion of a project. Say what?
Take a peek at this B.R.A.C.E. document>BRACE-doc-175