The task force membership was comprised mainly of people unknown to residents, and several efforts to obtain from Supervisor Gross a minimum of background information on the individuals were unsuccessful.  Furthermore, Co-Chair John Thillman had a glaring conflict of interest in his responsibility to produce a community vision of the future of Seven Corners.  A  27 September letter addressed to Supervisor Gross with copies to the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors addressed these flaws in the composition of the task force and concluded that the flaws preclude any claim that the task force plan represents a community vision of its future.  The letter recommended improvements in the process that the county has used for establishing task forces.  County officials thus far have not acknowledged that the task force was poorly constituted.  The effort to achieve acknowledgment is ongoing.