Widespread community factionalism

Competitive community leaders
Diverse leadership viewpoints
Minimal leadership coordination
Fractious fiefdoms
At a time when it is more and more necessary for all community members to work together for the common well-being, efforts by the residents of such communities to engage in the life of the community are fragmented, and there are no mechanisms by which they can creatively resolve tensions. However, until practical cooperation becomes an habitual pattern of engagement, efforts to attract industry will be disorganized and ineffective; and there is little hope that effective development can be implemented.
(F) Fuzzy exceptional problems