The June 2012 issue of the Church Hill Association newsletter is now available (PDF). It is, as always, a valuable resource. Sadly, this may very well be the last printed issue, according to CHA President Jon Ondrak:
Some news for everyone to consider, CHA’s newsletter editor, Bev Gray, has submitted her resignation. This edition of the newsletter will be our final edition until a new editor can be found. Until that time CHA will publish meeting minutes and other items of interest on our website www.ChurchHill.org. […]
The newsletter includes a statement by Ms.Gray, essentially explaining her resignation as being in response to negativity:
Plus, as importantly on a personal level, the sheer number of hours it takes to produce a newsletter each month coupled with that negativity, has become too overwhelming. It is very taxing. With the increasing demands of my time as my own design agency grows, it has become more and more difficult to volunteer the 20-30 hours this publication takes to produce each month along with fielding the negative comments and demands.
I don’t want to know specifically what got said to Ms.Gray, because I believe that I have a sense of what she may be encountering. I would like to say “thank you” for your efforts, Bev. I have always found the newsletter to be an incredible asset to the community.
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