consider that remote access is a major thing these days, particular for a company similar to SLP. The chairman doesn't live full time in Lancaster, so my bet is many of the others don't either. Consulting is a travel oriented job, no matter what the industry. Doesn't make sense that it doesn't apply to SLP. That is, in fact, a plus for SLP.
Come on, consider the reality of the sale. Officers who own shares are very restricted in how they can sell shares. So what is normally done is that a programmed sale is set up through an independent organization. The officer expresses to the organization that nnn number of shares are to be sold in a certain quarter. The organization picks the date. The officer would be violating SEC laws if he/she interfered in a designated sale. So stop making a big thing about an insider making what is a relatively miniscule sale.