Early spring is busy. Birds are flying in from their winter-feeding grounds, establishing territories, nest building and preparing to raise their young. A month later the woods are quieter as our migrants settle in to the domestic duties of raising broods.
In my experience, a weak elected board almost always gives rise to a powerful administrator. I saw this first on the Johnston Community College Board of Trustees, in the years when John Tart was president of the college.
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