Less than 24 hours after the judge issued a restraining order against Pacifica Management's “emergency” meeting to re-stack the Pacifica National Board one of the Board members has bolted.
Andrea Cisco will be remembered as one of the two representatives from the WBAI LAB who was sent to the Pacifica National Board meeting in Febraury 1999, with orders from the WBAI LAB to vote against the illegal bylaws change. Instead she and the other WBAI LAB representative, Frank Millspaugh, voted in favor of those bylaws changes and accepted positions for themselves on the Pacifica National Board.
Ms. Cisco's resignation will bring the balance on the Pacifica National Board to 6 remaining hijackers to 5 “dissident” members.
The E-mail below gives details of the deal she got.
Pacifica board majority lawyer, Daly Temchine, notified our lawyers in writing today that Andrea Cisco has accepted the offer of the plaintiffs and cross-complainants to dismiss her from all lawsuits, and all claims against her, if she agrees to resign from the Pacifica Board. The offer was made to all 7 remaining board majority directors on July 9th and expires at 5 p.m. on July 19th. Ms. Cisco has not YET resigned, the paperwork for dismissal and waiver of claims against her must be completed and signed by all parties, first, for her resignation to be effective. However, she is now legally bound to resign, and the papers will be completed as FAST as possible. We are hoping that 2-3 more directors will accept our offer before 5 o'clock tomorrow. If that occurs, Mr. Temchine will no longer be the lawyer for the board "majority"! And champagne, dancing, and all merriment will most definitely appropriate.--Carol Spooner
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