No place for political promises, personal battles in CIRI

Posted: Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Cook Inlet Region Inc. is the best and most successful of the regional profit corporations because it has been run with expertise and common sense. The board of directors worked together with management.

Now it seems the company is operated by two political parties. CIRI is a for-profit business. The board works for the shareholders by making sure that management carries out its mission: to build a stable, profitable corporation. There is no place for political promises to shareholders (they are insulting) or personal battles.

I also have a question for our CIRI elders: How can you support board members who sued to take the Elders' Trust Program from you?

I am proud to be a shareholder, but I am truly concerned about our company's future. Please, CIRI board members, get it together and do what you were elected for!

Carol Dolan, Kenai



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