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Jonesboro clinches school’s first state basketball title March 7, 2014
Guess Victor won't take office in January. Lets hope he won't take office.
I wish I had the time to sit make some snide remark(S) which are generally overlooked. But I have more important things to do, like read a book, talk to a neighbor, cut the grass or sing a song. Sometimes I even stop to smell the roses.
Do you think, that after the audit, that money will be paid to those workers who were compelled to work more than their normal 40 hour work week because they were deemed as "excempt." That means that these people can work a lot more than 8 hours a day and even be scheduled to work more than 8 hours a day and not receive any additional funds. Some might even call that slavery. HR personnel needs to be reorganized and maybe even replaced.
I strongly believe that OscarKnight knows alot about Clayton County and after reading many of his comments, all I can say is Run Oscar, Run!!!! And don't stop until you get to Kentucky.
And people are just now realizing this? Dr. Heatley had a clear path to get what he wanted, when he wanted it and to spend it on whatever he wanted because of the few people he knew he could control. This should be a warning to all the members to look at a candidate before hiring. Check the place they are coming from and see what is said there. Anybody can look good on paper and to hire a head hunter to find someone will only bring a person to be interviewed with the best resume money can buy. His practices caused this county to waste money that he took from areas he should have let alone. Good people are leaving or have been forced to go. And - it is not only the board of education, but a number of people at 1058 Fifth Avenue in Jonesboro.
Clayton County has once again proved themselves to be the armpit of Georgia. But then it isn't about this county. The whole state is hurting because it's the "Good ole boys" that seem to be getting into office. One person is asked to leave one county becasue of misconduct and goes to another place to be hired into a high office. One person is charged with stealing money and costing the tax payers several million dollars and then gets reelected back into office that he may not be able to hold. Others are brought on board and not even qualified to do the job only to have tax payers pay for their schooling and wasting money. Others buy their way into office by winening and dining BOE members to get them appointed to an office they don't know how to do. And I venture to say that Clayton County is not the only place this is happening. Why are we in trouble? Because we have voted these people into office. One month and four days from now will show Georgia and the rest of the US what we are capable of. Vote for the person who can do the job, not a name or a friend.
Golden oppurtunities just like what happened in Mr. Bell's bid to hold office agian...While I do agree with some of the comments I have read about how "stupid" voters in Clayton County and easily fooled, I must keep in mind that the ultimate control of any government is in God's hand and most voters do try to do the right thing.
I have been at the meetings and Ms. Goree is outspoken for the right thing to do! She is trying to hold Dr. Heatley accountable and I am glad she tried to do it. She is the only one who really cares about her district and especially the children. I wish we had more board memebers with her convictions. Dr. Heatley would keep everyone so confused with all the double talk and slyness yet Ms. Goree when trying to keep him on target she is the one who got sanctioned. Ms. Goree keep to you convictions and you will see the rewards Ms. Adamson should be sanctioned for even pointing a finger of trouble at anyone or anything on the board, now by doing this she is showing she is not much of a leader?!
If Victor is broke, how can he afford all these signs we are seeing cluttering the roads? how can he afford to run for office? If this money is borrowed, why didn't he pay Tuggle the money owed?
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