Re: [dow3tf] Draft of Revised Preliminary Report
- To: <ross@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [dow3tf] Draft of Revised Preliminary Report
- From: "Brian Darville" <BDARVILLE@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2004 09:51:06 -0400
- Cc: <dow3tf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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I think it would make sense for you and Frannie to prepare a summary of the comments which we can then include as an additional appendix to the Final Report. Please put that summary in final form so that we will not need to edit it. If possible, please circulate the summary by the end of the day today.
I will take the summary and then try to update the report, although I don't anticipate that each comment would materially change the report.
>>> "Ross Wm. Rader" <ross@xxxxxxxxxx> 07/07/04 09:39AM >>>
Brian Darville wrote:
> Frannie had indicated that she would work with Ross in providing a revised preliminary report incorporating the public comments provided through July 5, 2004. Frannie said she would circulate that revised report for comment by the end of the day today. After receiving the revised report the Task Force members should each promptly provide comments concerning the report so that we can incorporate those comments by Friday, July 9, 2004 so that the report can be submitted on Monday, July 12, 2004.
What criteria should we use to include comments in the report? It was
actually my impression that Frannie and I were going to prepare a
summary of the relevant comments made in the various submissions but
that we wouldn't actually be touching the report itself. Will you and
Barbara be crafting the final report based on these comments or has this
somehow fallen to Frannie and I now?
My preference is to complete our preparation of the summary of the
comments and not to do any work on the report itself.
Clarification would be helpful as it currently isn't clear what is
expected from us nor are there any good precedents to fall back on.
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