Re: Benefits of Federal
Randy Finder (NARAHT@DRYCAS.CLUB.CC.CMU.EDU)
Fri, 2 Sep 1994 19:37:00 EDT
>===>> How large are the areas? City (large/small) county (large/small)
>Cities like San Francisco are pretty big and do have very restrictive (or
>unrestrictive depending on how you look at it <g>) hiring laws. It hasn't
>effected us here in Silicon Valley yet but who knows.
>Where are the "conservative" areas in the area of San Franciso?
Is the San Francisco Area Council Area HQ in Sna Francisco?
>===>> ...anything below state level is unlikely to cause problems.
Depends on how far out of San Fran you have to go to get to "conservative"
>===>> How many professional staff are there for most councils?
>In our Council there's 1 CE, 2 Assoc. CE's, 6 DE's, 1 for camp admin, 1 for
>finance, and maybe 6 assorted office staff (secty, recpt, etc.), so that's
>about 16 to 18 here...
Any idea how that compares to most councils?
>I'm not sure what you've read, but the Western Region Office is located here
>in town (within a few miles of our Council office) and they do have staff on
>site. So at least in our case, REgional staff is here in CA.
I stand corrected.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City