"Honesty and Character"
By Al Johnson
April 22, 2007
I stand by my post "Honesty
and Character". There is no harassing, obscene nor threatening
comments contained within the submission.
Webster offers the following. "Fact" (1)Something known
with certainty. 2.Something asserted as certain. 3. Something
that has been objectively verified. 4. Something having real,
Ketchikan School Board Member Jackson did in fact, use the recreation
center for a period of months without paying the normal fees.
Perhaps Ketchikan foster children should ask Mr. Jackson how
a system of not paying works.
Board Member Schafer, a CPA, a fiduciary agent, did suggest increasing
the student count higher than projected with the thoughts that
if the count did increase no harm done, and if not, giving the
ill-gotten funding from the Borough back might be avoided. This
took place in the presence of Mr. Martin, Mr. Lieben and the
business manager Lance Mertz. Mr. Lieben is part of the recall
Board President Lieben does indeed have a website and Ms. Kauffman
kindly included a link to this site and Lieben's post that confirms
the former remarks of such "friends" as porn stars.
Board Member Eakes, admitted that she did in fact make an error
in being presumptuous with attempting to make public confidential
information regarding potential principal hires.
Mr. Maynard's opinion characterization in this weekend edition
of the KDN captures the confirmation as it relates to due process,
trust, integrity, fiscal responsibility, communications and most
important, student role models. These four board members failed
in their community review.
In an honorable Ketchikan society, immediate resignation would
be in order.
I thank Ms. Kauffman for her astute awareness in ignoring political
correctness running amok.
Received April 22, 2007 - Published April 22, 2007
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