The Hamburg School Board voted to appoint Mr. Robbin List to fill the seat from which Catherine Forcucci was oustered in one of the most disgusting affronts to democracy in New York State School history. Mrs. Forucci appealed the action of the boars of Hamburg to the New York State Education Commish John King. And, she is challenging the votes of Canadian Cam and David Yoviene in Federal Court.
It seems that the Hamburg School Board hasn't quite gotten that for which they have been searching. The Boars made absurd justifications that Forcucci had to go so that dignity would be restored to the Norman Rockwell-esque community.
President Yoviene is quoted in a WIVB report saying, "that in Hamburg we don't always get along". What a strange remark coming from a man who spearheaded the charge of a wild spending spree to ouster a publicly elected official and in so doing made several claims that she was the reason that the Boars weren't getting along. In the absence of Forcucci what seems to be the problem? It was reported that Vice President Tom Flynn the turd had another emotional outburst when Mr. Robert Madden was questioned about his affiliations with Concerned Hamburger Awardee Mr. Daniel Chiacchia, and his participation in the public meetings organized by Misters. Edward Pizza and D. Chiacchia et. al.. Apparently Mr. Madden did not like that question and stormed out of school board meeting after his interview. What childish conduct for someone who stood at the Hamburg Fairgrounds Grange Building and announced that he and Mr. Chiacchia needed to "grow grass" and get more community members out to hear Mr. Chiacchia et.al plot their course for the district. Gee Mr. Madden, you should thank your lucky stars that you were not chosen, you might've been the next topic of a Buffalo News article.
So a new body on the school board. Mr. Robbin List, an educator. He spent several years on the West Seneca Board of Education in the 1980s and 1990s and again in 2010- filling a vacant seat. He ran again for West Seneca Board in 2011, won a seat and resigned effective January 3, 2013. He and his family moved to Hamburg, which disqualified him from serving in West Seneca.