When Volunteer Organizations Go Bad

I’ve been following, with some level of nausea, the unfolding saga that is going on in the Texas VHF-FM Ham Society. This is a reasonably long-lived non-profit organization of ham enthusiasts that has, unfortunately, degenerated into a pissing match between members that has gone as far as bringing in lawyers and restraining orders.
In my book, if a volunteer organization goes this far down the road of distrust, antipathy, and downright hostility, it’s time to either split or disband and start over.
The ‘legitimate’ board has one website: TexasVotebyMail.info.
The ‘dissenters’ (primarily led by Jay Maynard) have another: GangofThree.info.
The accusations, pedantics, and general doo-doo-flinging going on on both sides is both entertaining and saddening.

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  1. Don’t let the other folks define the terms you use. It is the folks behind the texasvotebymail.info site that are the dissenters, for they are trying to overturn a long-standing, working organization.
    Yes, it’s a sad situation, and I wish it hadn’t come to the point it has…but things can’t remain as they are.

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