|"We got caught...holy crap!"|
This photo was sent to Concerned Hamburger, it was taken at the May 7, 2013 Bored of Education meeting during the public speaking session. The Bored and Achramovitch are sitting in shock and horror as they are confronted by community member and blogger, "Super". Super chastised the Bored for wasting taxpayer dollars in an attempt to unmask Super, Klozman and Concerned Hamburger.
Most members of the Hamburg Bored of Education have zero regard for the Unites States Constitution and the New York State Constitution both to which each member swore oaths to uphold. The Boars and the Superintendent violated their oaths of office and must be removed immediately.
And, the Bored failed to demonstrate a meaningful explanation as to why they are squandering taxpayer dollars on a lawsuit which seeks to line the pockets of:
- Steven Achramovitch, Superintendent
- Joan Calkins,
- Patty Brunner Collins,
- Diane Reynolds,
- Matthew Dils
- Gregory Wichlacz (former BOE member),
- Casey Neyman (former BOE member) and,
- former Business Manager Thomas Bagley.
Joan Calkins has uttered to several community members that her objective is to bankrupt the defendants. Hamburg School community member, does Joan Calkins belong near children? Should Joan serve in a position of public trust?
As President Calkins and Vice President Flynn chewed off their fingernails at the May 7th BOE meeting, the meter with Harris Beach law firm was fired up as the attorneys for the district scrambled around to somehow justify the maligned actions of the district.
Meanwhile, the average class size in Hamburg elementary schools is 24 kids per class, the high school has students sitting on the floors during classes, and Hamburg elementary kids have the shortest school day in the area. Perhaps one needs to reflect on what the boars are doing?