Blackmac Posted March 15, 2004 Report Share Posted March 15, 2004 THE ORIGINAL CONCEPT OF (HEPAC) HEPAC, formed as a non-profit organization to try to better the lot of AME’s and PILOTS not working for companies with a structured pay scale and work environment. When enough members had joined we would be able to form a board of directors, and from there get volunteers to form committees to study problems brought up by members, in democratic manner. This has not happened, instead non-members have tried to malign me in any way they can and, being who I am, I will not take any shyte from anybody, without defending my principals. The whole time I spent in aviation, I did nothing to disparage any employer and always worked for the greater good of all concerned. This organization was formed for you and you alone. I personally have nothing to gain from it. I am retired and took this on as a way to try and return something to an industry that needs some representation, besides HAC/HA,HA. As of this date 15 March, 2004 I am resigning as the spokes person for HEPAC and will gladly turn over the reigns to whom-ever. There is one problem with this scenario. As originator of this non-profit organization, there has to be enough members to accept my resignation and to vote somebody else in. Whatever costs I have occurred to date can be returned later, so you will not feel obliged in any way. For further clarification, I do not have access to the bank account held in HEPAC’s name without the signature of one of the other director’s. You have until the end of April 2004 to make up your respective minds on which way you elect to go and if I haven't heard anything constructive by then, I will just fold it up and watch you live with the same BS, that you’ve been living with for years. Your choice. It will not, in any way, effect my retirement. I am asking Kyle to remove any reference to HEPAC on this web site and I will not respond to any E-mails originating from this site, as I will not longer be a member. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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