Thomas E. Boop was elected president of the Pennsylvania Game Commission, after a three hour session January 24, 2006.
In questioning after the meeting, Boop said he believes the commission needs “to listen probably more to our sportsmen. There’s a lot of feeling out there, right or wrong, that we haven’t done that.”
During his brief address Boop also said, “this is an election about leadership style. I offer a different leadership style. I offer a new perspective and a new view.
Interesting. I wonder what his views are on Sunday Hunting or merging with other agencies to save resources.
Stephen L. Mohr, who supported Boop, said, “Going into the situation we’re in right now, I’m favoring one candidate over the other. This year we’re going into a big battle.”
A big battle? Even more interesting. The Commissioners see their interaction with those they represent as a “Big Battle.” Don’t they work for us?
QUERY: Do you see your interaction with the PGC as a battle?