As as been mentioned before, the Lillies Committee does not need help with identifying extraneous expenses. 

The problem is not that we spend too much; it is that not enough people are coming. That has been the case for some time, but this last year, in a misguided attempt to draw people away from 50th Year, or at least convince them to come to Lillies also, the site fee was dramatically reduced. This simply exasperated an already tentative situation.

What the Committee needs is ideas for getting more people to come. You cannot convince more people to come by pinching pennies, reducing amenities and activities. If you are coming to the meeting to recommend eliminating A&S tents and having everyone bring their own toilet paper, your input will not be helpful.

Non nobis solum

On Tue, Jan 3, 2017 at 2:18 AM, Jerry Harder <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
What I saw was archive ones from 2009 to 2013 but couldn't find any recent ones.

On 1/2/2017 2:22 PM, john heitman wrote:
While that is a legally accepted report, it is extremely low on details.

It does not provide any kind of breakdown on item costs.  Nothing on per porta john cost per day, nothing on tent cost per tent size, nothing on number of war programs printed vs sign in forms.

Nothing on dispersal of rented assets, such as how many class tents vs activity tents vs admin tents vs other use....

I don't see studies on where people camp vs where the activities are vs where the portajohns are located. Are  we renting too many by not controlling the camping locations? Or do we have the correct number, just not located correctly? 

This is bare bones financial statement. What we need is a time utility money breakdown showing what is used at what time at what cost. If we are able to cut cost by extending utility, we can lose redundancy. But we can't do that if we don't have access to historical use data.

Which doomsdays don't provide.

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On Jan 2, 2017, at 1:28 PM, Eowyth þa Siðend <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

I Googled "Calontir Lilies Domesday Reports" and one of the top results led me here:

Click through to "Domesday Reports" and it shows by year. 

In Service, 
Sorry for brevity. Sent from Samsung Galaxy 

On Jan 2, 2017 3:39 AM, "Volu-Ingibiorg" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>Also, be aware that this data is reported published yearly, on the kingdom website, as required.

Ooh!  Where do I find such things?

-Ingibiorg, sometimes technologically clueless

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