TomtheJazzman tomthejazzman at embarqmail.com
Mon Apr 7 14:50:05 EDT 2008

Interesting as was Willard's Blog.  I guess this just reflects the state 
of the Jazz Industry.  The one big  question many of us have is about 
Seattle.  When will the decision be made if it is a go or no go and who 
makes that decisions since the IAJE leadership seems to be in 
disarray.   Seems it is getting time to commit to hotels in Seattle and 
get that information in the next quarterly magazine if it will be issued.

My other thought is how could an organization like IAJE operate without 
having a yearly financial audit of funds and have it posted in the 
magazine once a year and at the same time have executives bonded like 
most well run organizations operate?


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> Willard Jenkins has written a provocative piece on his blog about the recent troubles at IAJE:
> http://www.openskyjazz.com/blog/?p=71.
> I'm curious if anyone else has done any reporting on what's been happening at the organization?
> Larry
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