About That ‘Same Ten People’ Problem…

If Whitewater wants – as some profess – to be free of a ‘same ten people’ problem (where a tiny few remain in office seemingly forever), then the solution is no harder than electing representatives other than from a tiny group of the same ten people.

How funny, then, that one finds from among the members of city’s Community Involvement and Cable TV Commission a member who seems to have confused community involvement with individual involvement, and individual involvement with decades-long tenure.

See Three running for two spots on Whitewater School Board (“Jim Stewart, who in two stints has about 24 years of experience on the board, is running again for his seat. After about a 10-year absence when he spent time on the Whitewater City Council, Stewart ran three years ago for the school board seat he now occupies”).

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