Ted Rosenthal, the attorney who often represents the three Ardens, continues to explore options for possible governance changes for The Buzz. He has begun discussions with the current Buzz Ware Village Center Committee.
Meeting of Friday, April 18
The three town chairs of The Ardens met on Friday, April 18, with Ted Rosenthal, the attorney who often works with the three villages. He is helping us explore options for possible governance changes for The Buzz. Below are the notes Enno Krebbers made of that meeting.
–Danny Schweers, 302 475-0998
“The town chairs of the three villages met Friday afternoon, April 18, 2014, with Ted Rosenthal to discuss the governance of the Buzz Ware Center. Ted is the attorney and professional mediator who has helped all three Arden villages with various matters over the past years. After some discussion of the history and recent events, Ted noted that the issues discussed are common to nonprofit centers and mentioned a few ideas that have been tried in similar contexts. But it was agreed he needed more understanding before making specific recommendations for the Buzz. It was agreed that Ted would attend a regular meeting of the Buzz Ware committee in the next couple of months, and would also be provided with some background documents, including relevant insurance policies and original documents establishing the committee. His goal will be to determine if the structure is “legally efficient”, meaning is the best way to accomplish what the community desires and suggest any modifications that would enhance that. After attending a meeting and examining the documents, Ted anticipates making recommendations which the chairs will present to their towns at appropriate meetings this spring or summer.”
–Enno Krebbers, Chair, Ardentown Town Assembly
POST OF 1/4/2014
Shall the three Ardens share responsibility for the Buzz Ware Village Center? This is a possibility currently being explored by the chairs of Arden, Ardentown, and Ardencroft.
On November 11, 2013, Jim Schwaber, an Ardencroft director, asked the chairs of the three villages to explore this possibility. Click here to read Jim Schwaber’s letter to the chairs of the three Ardens, encouraging them to find a way for The Ardens to share responsibility for The Buzz.
The exploration of possibilities has just begun. Before it concludes, there will be ample time for all residents of the three villages to have their comments heard. Now is not that time. Even so, feel free to call your village’s chair if you have questions or comments. Note that nothing can be formalized without the approval of each village in an open vote.
Enno Krebbers, Ardentown
Danny Schweers, Arden
Pat Toman, Ardencroft