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Once again, my apologies for the late paper bulletin. I found out earlier today that there has been yet another snag, this time with our mailing house, which has now been resolved but which has caused a further delay in delivery. I am told that the bulletins will be in the mail tomorrow which means they will hopefully be in your mailbox Friday or Saturday.

All of you have my word that I will do everything I can to prevent such delays in the future.

- Tom

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John Z (not verified)

This will stir the hornet's nest. Glad I am not the president.

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Don Montalvo (not verified)
Re: Further delay

I'm sure everyone in the club is starting to see that no matter how hard the editor and president work to get the printed bulletin out on time, there are uncontrollabe variables that can and often times do cause delay.

I know, I know, some people need to receive a printed bulletin. Some members don't have a computer or a printer or don't want to print it out at a friend's house or Kinkos or at work...

I can't wait until the club learns it's time to move on to electronic only bulletin delivery. Tom and Diane should be congratulated for all the hard work they put into getting the bulletin out as quickly as possible.


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Shymember ok (not verified)

April written bulleton,what a club!!!

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NYCC member (not verified)
Give me your fax # and I'll fax it for you....


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Don Montalvo (not verified)
Re: Murphy's Bulletin

"Don't let ""Bulletin Man"" hear ya..."

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JP (not verified)

While I realize not everyone in NYCC has computer access, I would guesstimate that 99% of us do.

For the others, even if you are 2% or 3% of the membership, I, others, I am sure Tom, would be glad to arrange to fax you one. Also, most libraries have internet access - all you need is the user name and password for the bulletin. Hey, I'll print out a copy or two and get if to Brooklyn folks - or you can pick it up.

It just seems like a waste of money, time and effort to print and then mail copies -not to mention anachronistic.

It seems like a non-issue to me.

John JP

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Bill Vojtech (not verified)
free membership?

Since most of our dues go to printing and mailing costs, if we stop the paper bulletin do we become a free club?

I'm quite computer savy, have a printer and usually have paper in it, but I still want a bulletin that arrives in the mail before half the month is gone.

Those who are not as computer comfortable as I am are not about to go to Kinkos to download and print the bulletin.

It's nice to get something in the mail besides bills and anthrax.

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