Big Bear City, CA, March 13, 2012 10:00 am – The Big Bear Airport Board is considering the censure of one of the Directors, Gloria Greene, who was elected to the office in 2008. The issues surrounding this censure are Brown Act violations, breach of decorum and breach of the Social Contract. This proposed action is slated for the March 14th regular meeting of the Big Bear City Airport District, which convenes at 4pm in the pilot’s lounge at the airport. According to the proposed resolution the board may take this action as it is provided in their rules of conduct which, in part, states that “Directors shall accord the utmost courtesy to each other” and also states that the “Social Contract”, “developed and signed by the Directors” subjects directors to censure for violations. As part of the proposed resolution the Big Bear City Airport Board of Directors resolves that Director Gloria Greene, in part, disregards the Brown Act, disrupts the business of the Airport District and generally shows a preference for having it her way over working with the board members. The bottom line of this resolution calls for removing Director Greene from the Lease Committee and only allowing her travel expenses to be covered with board approval. Disruptions and personal attacks have been common practice at Airport Board meetings in the past but in an effort to stem that behavior recent trainings were held by the board regarding “Good Governance”. According to this most recent Censure Resolution, Director Greene failed to attend. Her reason for failing to attend was not disclosed in the documents. The Big Bear City Airport Board meetings are open to the public.