Sunday, July 10, 2011

Bab's First BOE Meeting Monday @6:30PM

   
5:30PM ~~ Executive Session to discuss the employment history of particular person(s) .

6:30PM ~~ Re-Organizational Meeting

Regular monthly BOE meeting follows Re-Org. meeting

AGENDA ITEMS of NOTE
  • School Attendance Advisory Committee Recommendations Discussion
  • LiDestri Foods Pilot Revision
"I told her I think she's crazy for going to Greece." ~~ Tom Klotzbach, former Lyndonville BOE member regarding Bab's decision to come to Greece

SCATS ~~ We agree, Tom!
  

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I sure do hope the School Attendance Advisory Committee recommends attendance. But then you never know do you?

Anonymous said...

Interesting article. Very interesting that she wants to be "accessible". Poor lady will soon realize that when she is in her office in Greece, she will be completely hidden from the public. Unless she changes its location the "light in her office" will never be visible from anyone outside. We will never be able to knock on her door because it will be locked after hours at the downstairs entrance. And during the day the public cannot go to the floor of the Central Office without going through an interrogation by the guard downstairs. Toto you are not in Kansas anymore but really in Oz, where you should never pay attention to the man behind the curtain.

Anonymous said...

Oz? This is more like Mayberry, but with corruption everywhere you look. If she isn't already part of the problem she will be soon. The functional can't survive surrounded by the toxic systems and people already in place. If she lasts 2 years, I'll be shocked.

Anonymous said...

And what if she moves her office?

Anonymous said...

From the horse's own mouth.... "Welcome to Greece Wilber. I can't wait to kick you in the ass."


"Another one bites the dust...."

SCATS is so "open" and nonjudgemental.

SCATS said...

To 7:01PM ~~ I agreed with one of her biggest supporters. If she fails, it certainly won't be SCATS' fault. She had every opportunity to read up on Greece's troubles, before making a committment.

Anonymous said...

Another lousy article by greece's suckup reporter,

Anonymous said...

Mr. Ed? And it was the reporter that correctly pointed out that she will be our 7th superintendent interim or perm in 6 years. They say it is a nationwide problem, but the surrounding suburban districts in Monroe County do not seem to be so hurting for candidates for superintendents.
And if they have to purchase a home in Greece they will have to put their other home up for sale unless they are millionaires. Part of her contract must be an agreement to finance the sale of her other house and put her up during the transition period. That's what they did for the Steves.

Anonymous said...

People who aren't millionaires often maintain two homes. There's no need for her to sell the one in Orleans County.

Although you say there "must" be part of her contract that agrees to finance the sale of her house and put her up during transition, such terms aren't in the contract made public when she was hired.

SCATS said...

To 9:50AM ~~ You are correct about her contract. In fact, it states she must buy a home in Greece, it doesn't say she must live in it.

To 1:04AM ~~ They did NOTHING OF THE SORT for Steve Achramovitch.

Anonymous said...

Now it is clear. Scats is probably a rogue board member. Now which one?

SCATS said...

To 1:37PM ~~ Rogue board member is terribly redundant! They all becomes "rogues" right after taking their oaths. Signing the phony "Ethics Code" just further seals the deal ;)

Anonymous said...

SCATS is NEVER wrong!

Anonymous said...

Scats is right on. Looks like they'll have a bang-up start with this new super, too. Shouldn't they wait to swear in new board members before having them participate in executive session discussions?

SCATS said...

To 6:10PM ~~ Hardly ever ;)

To 6:24PM ~~ Merely details ;) Laws, policies, rules & procedures have NEVER stopped them from doing what they want to do.