Great idea: Have 22 bureaucrats micromanage Asphalt Green

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Opinion October 13, 2012 By Steven E. Greer, MD

In 2010, shortly after the previous BPCA administration chose Asphalt Green to manage the $55 Million community center on North End Avenue, various organizations enjoying monopolies for decades became threatened and pushed for a revision to the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the BPCA and stakeholders using the ball fields. The revised MOU has gone unsigned by the BPCA for two years. Gayle Horwitz, former President of the BPCA, refused to sign the MOU shortly before her departure two weeks ago.

As the details of this unsigned MOU come to light, perhaps the most concerning provision that the Community Board 1 wanted to pass as a resolution was

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