I don't think Drew is the administrator any more. The OP doesn't write at all like Drew used to. Also I remember a rumour a while ago that Drew was selling the site, so this might be a new administrator.
Anyway, if you are a new administrator, I think it would be a very good idea for you to consider some of the concerns raised on this thread. No one can fault you for things that happened before you took over. But there are legitimate concerns that people have, and showing more involvement with the operation of the site and addressing concerns would be a good way to build trust with the members here. Things like the fact that the mods aren't listed anywhere, or that they are on invisible mode so that we don't know how to get in touch with an active mod if we need them, and so on. Most of us just want this site to be a supportive and comfortable place; we're not trying to crucify you or anything like that. If you can show more involvement and some sincere steps to work on the members' concerns, they will be able to put to rest the sense of uncertainty that is plaguing them. Such actions would have a huge positive impact on so many of us who use this site as a tool to improve our lives. So please consider what we have said, not as an attack, but as a way we can mutually help each other improve the site.