As someone who has rented out the space many times for events, it's not to say that it is the Churches fault although this time it was a Mosaic event. Usually Tim rents the space to other promoters and people looking for a venue. The issues often arise from mismanagement and understanding of basic crowd control and event production.
Anyone can rent the venue with NO experience and 300+ people may show up. That's a lot to deal with if you're inexperienced.
On many occasions myself and other local experienced promoters have had well over 700 people in attendance with no incident or violence.
It's sort of like having a wedding with out a licensed wedding planner, it can be done but its a lot more work and there is A LOT more room for error.
It would seem that if the Chambliss Grandchildren were so concerned with upholding something of such importance to their family, they might have taken part in the running of the organization.
Someone, presumably not in relation to the Chambliss family, owned/ran Reflection Riding or was put in charge. I would imagine that they can do with it whatever they like and hold no reason to tell Chambliss family member who (probably) haven't been a part of Reflection Riding for a loooong time, if ever.
Not to mention that there are clearly posted signs and hand washing stations which I am sure would have helped to minimize possible risk. Maybe they should be asked about neglecting to make sure their child washed his hands.
Verizon Service is much better than AT&T locally and most everywhere I have traveled, however their billing has always been an issue for myself and several friends. Verizon double bills often and does nothing to really fix the problem. I've thought about going back for better service, but am still undecided at the moment.
Good thing they actually contacted any of the local Agencies that deal with development of Social Media Policies.