Thursday, May 25, 2017

We Told You FIRST!!


WHEC-TV Report Exposes Gulen School Connection To Rochester Academy Charter School

SCATS BLOG Covered This Story Over One Year Ago

Who's Operating The Charter School In YOUR Backyard??

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The Sheeple of Greece Should Be Ashamed!


As we predicted BEFORE the BOE changed the voting locations, Greece's taxpayers stayed home by the thousands! Only 2539 showed up at the polls! Could this be a new record setting LOW TURNOUT?? Largely, today's voters were likely the in-school vote ...  district employees, PTA promoters & sports booster types.

Here's the results of the vote:


Budget – passes, 1,740-799
Proposition 1: Bus proposition – 1,653-868
Proposition 2: Bus purchase capital reserve – passes, 1,678-861
Proposition 3: District clerk proposition – passes, 1,836-658

Sunday, May 14, 2017

It's "THAT" Time Of Year Again ...


On Tuesday May 14th ... 

JUST VOTE "NO" on The Budget AND Propositions 1 & 2 *

We suggest a "YES" Vote on Prop 3 regarding Voter Registrations **

* As usual, they seek a bigger budget & more buses for FEWER STUDENTS (enrollment forecast to fall again) and no performance related standards.

** When/why did they STOP doing what Proposition 3 supports? ?

Saturday, May 13, 2017

Meet The Latest, Local Party Flipper


TODD BAXTER 
He wants to be sheriff.


"I pledge allegiance to be a Democrat ... 
so I won't have to primary O'Flynn ... "
SCATS ~~ As we've said for many years, party affiliation means NOTHING in local elections, but the sheeple of Greece still refuse to vote for a non-Republican.

Saturday, May 06, 2017

Sewage Flows Down Long Pond Rd. *


"An alert from the state's Department of Environmental Conservation says storm water mixed with sewage was flowing down Long Pond Road. An estimated 600 gallons per minute flowed out of the system at one point. Officials say the discharge was partially treated with chlorine disinfectant." ~~ Spectrum News

* Though difficult to discern, it is merely rumor that local politicians were seen amongst the flow. Just remember, the big chunks usually rise to the top!