…happy with the final decision, he or she will realize there were good reasons for the TDG decision. While TDG decisions are not infallible, they are worthy of an experiment. Time will prove whether the TDG’s decision or the citizen’s position was the better path to take.
Thank you for sharing this new type of governance style with me. I really appreciate it. I love it. It sounds a lot how NPOs work. It works well with the neighborhood concept. I become a tad bit skeptical with the district tier, only because of my experience in the NPO sector. There is still room for tier-governance styles to become corrupt because of the potential neighborhoods which are close together. They may or may not live in harmony (i.e. due to racial, or other socioeconomic issues) that give some more privilege.
Folks with a little more privilege and education in some districts may attempt to circumvent the system or fill their local positions with cronies (like some upper middle class Home Owner Associations, nonprofit boards). In any event, this system is definitely better than the one we currently have. Thank you so much for sharing it with me.