Even those cities that have invested in major center expansions have seen flat business, despite earlier market and feasibility studies that predicted more space would bring substantial increases in events and attendance.
From: Catherine Mayhew [mailto: catherinemayhew @comcast.net]
Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2006 10:52 AM
Subject: On to the next chapter
Sorry for an e-mail rather than a phone call but sometimes it's the most
efficient way to communicate.
I have resigned my position at The City Paper. The Board of Directors
chose a different direction for the newspaper and I felt I was not the
person who should lead this new initiative. I wish the paper nothing but
the best as it continues forward.
So I am now going to take a little time off to stop and smell the roses,
but I will be interested in pursuing the next chapter in my professional
life. One of the most invigorating aspects of being the editor at The
City Paper was the civic-minded, public-spirited aspect of the
newspaper. I was able to, I hope, help move the debate forward over many
public policy issues and I enjoyed that immensely. My desire is that my
next move will involve something along those lines, perhaps outside of
So keep your ears open for me and I'll keep in touch.
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