We continue our discussion about holding elected boards accountable with Ken Eyring and Tom Murray. In Part II we dig deeper into the background on Cenergistic, and the events at the meeting that promoted the board to call the police on a taxpayer who objected to a vote on a no-bid contract without any public comment or input.
You can listen to the entire segment here.
Note: There has since been another meeting on the Tuesday after this broadcast was recoded, where public comment was allowed. The board got an earful. Thanks to everyone in the new media who told this story and likely made that happen.