MOMSAH Report to Nov 14, 2008 Meeting For Business

By Carolyn Carr, co-clerk

At our Nov 10 mtg, MOMSAH made an important decision and accepted one of the three proposals submitted to us for Phases I and II. Perhaps as importantly, in the course of reaching this decision, we came to terms with differences among the committee members, and gained a new understanding about the work of the Jt Committee of Trustees and Mtghouse Committee, which preceded MOMSAH’s work. After extensive conversation, we united in accepting the proposal from Whole Builders.

MOMSAH is pleased with Whole Builders’ proposal and their qualifications. They provided the most detailed proposal, have committed to meet with us bimonthly and to provide detailed cost information throughout the project. Communication with the firm has been excellent to date, which is promising. In addition, three members of our committee have had good experiences with this firm.

It is very important to MOMSAH that we maintain good communication with TCFM about our work. The TCFM website provides our meeting notes and other important documents. A chart summarizing the comparison of the three proposals is located there, as is the original RFP, and the Whole Builders proposal.

We would appreciate hearing your questions or comments. MOMSAH is scheduled to make a presentation at the Nov 30th Adult Education, and we specifically urge you to attend that gathering and to encourage others to do so as well.

In preparation for that gathering, we ask that we take just a few minutes now to have you indicate what you’d like to know or understand about what we are doing. Please know that MOMSAH members will be glad to hear from you about any ideas/questions or concerns that you might have.


Anne Holzinger, Carolyn Carr , Dean Zimmermann, Elizabeth Barnard , Carol Bartoo , Greg Whitley Mott, Hobie Perry, Kiara Buchanan , Jeremy McAdams, Joe Landsberger, Lynn Cibuzar, Mike Cregan, Ralph Hilgendorf, Richard Fuller , Rob Axtmann, Valerie Stoehr

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