SUAB HMONG NEWS (03/19/2018) – The newly elected President and Board of Directors to oversee the Hmong Services Center (HSC) in Oshkosh, Wisconsin held a community meeting on March 18, 2018 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin to inform the community on their status and position on the Hmong Services Center.
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Chong Cha Moua, the new elected president for HSC, said a person can only serve up to two-term in four-year as the president of the HSC. “Mee Yang served her two-term in four-year as the president for the HSC and she cannot serve as the president of HSC anymore” said Chong Cha Moua.
“After we heard that Mee Yang held an election and she got reelected, the community did not know where the election was and who went to elect her. We wrote to Mee Yang and requested for an official community election and given her a deadline but she did not respond so the community held an election and I was elected” said Chong Cha Moua.
Moua said he and his board of directors notified the State of Wisconsin the newly elected president and board of directors and they received a confirmation from the State of Wisconsin. Moua continued said that he and his board of directors also consulted with their Attorney and they will take fully responsible for the upcoming Memorial Day event and the Labor Day event.
During the community meeting on March 18, some members of the Oshkosh Hmong community expressed their unhappy with Mee Yang, the way she managed the two events and how she manages her role as the president of the HSC.
It is not Suab Hmong News official but information posted on the Social Media that Mee Yang held an election on November 5, 2017 and she got re-elected as the president to serve HSC for two more years.
A controversy rose on who will legally taking over the role of President and Board of Directors for HSC.
We, Suab Hmong News, contacted Mee Yang prior to the March 18, 2018 meeting to get her side of story but she said she was busy with family wedding.