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  1. Congratulations Ms. Schultz! Since moving to a digital format and non profit status, the Roundtable has made a clear statement that local journalism matters and can be produced in a manner that attracts eyeballs and talent. It has also avoided the ills plaguing mainstream journalism: clutter, “opinionization” of content, bias in journalists, and indirect narrative. I do hope that when you bring your wealth of journalistic experience to the table, it is devoid of these ineffective heuristics. Thanks