George Rhynes tied together parents, jobs, Title VI of the
Civil Rights Act, and local education at the
VBOE 25 October 2011 open forum.
If we are concerned about our children really getting an education,
better be concerned about equal employment
and getting federal funds,
so these parents get their equal share of the jobs,
in the community….
I’m talking about the qualified parents
that apply for jobs in this area and some of you know they don’t get them.
Kay Harris wrote on the front page of the VDT 1 July 2011,
Fireworks at Parks and Rec meeting,
quoting board member Ashley Paulk,
“These contracts are invalid, and the same employees who did this
did the same thing last year and we told them then not to do it again.
They seem to think the Authority doesn’t run Parks and Rec., but we do,
and since this was done illegally, with prior warning not to,
these individuals should be fired for insubordination.”
This was about a contract with Black Crow media.
Last night Ashley Paulk told various people after the County Commission meeting
that when he went down to Black Crow to do the morning radio show he
usually does before the board meeting, he wasn’t even allowed in the building.
I asked him, so does this mean you’re going to keep quiet?
Shortly after GA EPD approved the
final air quality construction permit for the proposed
biomass plant, new contracts were signed between Wiregrass Power LLC
and the Valdosta-Lowndes County Industrial Authority (VLCIA).