“This is our executive floor,” said Bowtie Boy. He pointed at the cases. “These are some of the famous books by CI scholars. Dr. Kohlberg’s office is the second door from the end, right next to the office of our president, Dr. Gordon Munsinger.”
A poster campaign was launched by neighbouring residents Melanie and Kevin Morcom in protest to the turbine, and more than 20 residents attended the parish council’s planning meeting to air their objections.
“But it’s not just the money. I’ve always relied on Mac and Gordon. If they tell me that my work isn’t needed any more, maybe they are right. The two finished volumes are my achievement. I’ve left my unfinished draft for the third and my research notes to Yale University, where I did my Ph.D. Perhaps they will be useful to a younger man. Or woman,” he corrected himself. “Or perhaps not. I was angry for a little time. But I’m at peace now. We work to serve the movement, do we not? And if our work no longer serves the movement, then our work must stop.”
“Daphne has very high standards. But I said to her on the phone, ‘The Schotzke family are patriots. The Schotzke family are wealth-creators. So the Schotzke family are good Constitutionalists already, even if they don’t know why. All we have to do is give Walter the reasons for what he already knows.’”
Task force members are: AAPAC commissioners John Kotarski and Malverne Winborne; Cheryl Saam, the city’s recreation facilities supervisor for the Argo and Gallup liveries; artist and former AAPAC chair Margaret Parker; Cathy Fleisher, a local resident; Bonnie Greenspoon of the Ann Arbor Rowing Club; Julie Grand, chair of the city’s park advisory commission; and Colin Smith, parks and recreation manager.
Councillors have also requested that the application should go to the central Sub-Area Planning Committee for discussion, a site meeting should be held and a balloon raised to show the height of the structure.