Shame, shame, shame. It appears the CAAAPU directors named are …

Comment on Grog, domestic violence control group in trouble again by Perrule.

Shame, shame, shame.
It appears the CAAAPU directors named are bringing shame and disrepute to CAAAPU.
Perhaps some serious governance training may be in order for those directors.
Do they know the financial statements are a legal document that’s supplied to government funding bodies and others?
Can you give us the details of the conversation mentioned?

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Cut the water off to Rocky Hill.
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Philip you are a lovely man and well liked.
Thank you for doing your best at CAAAPU.
The challenges presented to you were numerous.
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Tell the gossipers to go and jump off the side of the earth.
It is my thought that if you had a governance officer to help with the board and connect with ORIC and their services frequently – you would have been freed up to concentrate on watching the accountant.
Wish you all the best for the future, life lessons learned from the whole CAAAAPU thing will take you far.


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