This week I’ve been engrossed in all things Pyeongchang. Not just the athletes, but the Machiavellian skill behind North Korea’s cheerleading squad. A mini military parade of sorts wrapped in a rose-lipped charade of mechanized color-coordinated dolls stood furiously clapping on Olympic bleachers. Their orchestrated cheering is eerily hypnotic yet deeply unsettling. It suspends our reality and makes our gut flinch.
Why has there been NOTHING communicated for weeks since the RSFA finally relayed to residents that they were looking into legal options? The Board has known about SDG&E’s project since the middle of last year and didn’t do anything about it. Only after a recent public outcry has there been any movement on the Board’s end. Has the Board retained legal counsel or not? This question solely requires a monosyllabic answer. Should we just sit in silence and take their word that they’re still “working on it” as neighbors get their gardens dug up and are slapped with a whacking new giant steel pole?
Trust doesn’t come that easily. Good leadership requires good communication. It’s Civics 101. You don’t need fancy cheerleaders for that.