Why don't you extend your Hand Krampus to yours. I understand not all Councils are great and they need work and even guidance, but without them then where would we be?
ROFL, why? I don't need him for anything. I have 80+ scouts and families to manage, a slew of volunteers, recruiting, advancement, training, SMCs, scout issues, etc. He's been in the role for several years. He doesn't attend any RTs. He doesn't email anyone. He doesn't call anyone. Using the logic of simply contacting him to say "Hi", I might as well contact anyone I don't know to say "Hi".
He gets paid to develop relationships with units. It is literally one of his paid duties. Not sure why I should help someone do their job when they obviously could not care less about me, my unit, my CO or anything related to our well-being. There has to be a line drawn at some point when trying to help others otherwise 1) they will never learn to do things for themselves, and 2) everyone has a limit to which they can help someone.