In Hillsboro it is the School Superintendent! Page one of this week’s Messenger has a story entitled: Back from the Dead. I urge everyone to read it here. Apparently, the voters of Hillsboro-Deering School District voted down, 314 yes to 436 no, a bond of $700 K last year. Now the Messenger reports that, … Continue reading WHO’S STEALING YOUR VOTE?
It appears that some humor is in order prior to the big pow wow. It seems that Schoolcifer has hacked some SAU’s…maybe even SAU 24…Hmmmm??? SMILE FOLKS…WE ALL ARE ON CANDID CAMERA! (I can see a few remarkable resemblances…can you?) Continue reading “There is no art without fact and no science without fantasy…” (Vladimir Nabokov)
The Steve Forster mess began in May of 2012.When the first complaint came in, proper procedure was never used to investigate the complaint. There was no hearing before the Select Board, who by ordinance are the arbitrators of such disputes: ARTICLE XIII Administration (pg 32 Zoning Regulations: read here) 133-51 Enforcement by Board of Selectmen … Continue reading Members of the Henniker Legislative Body time to show your Yankee heritage…Stand Up And Be Counted!
In April, the New Hampshire Supreme Court reversed a lower court decision in the case Green v. School Administrative Unit #55. (read here) The court stated the following; “Because the “purpose of the Right-to-Know Law is to ensure both the greatest possible public access to the actions, discussions and records of all public bodies, … Continue reading Access to public records
On July 21st, I wrote my first blog alerting everyone to make sure we pay attention to the new teachers contract for 2017. I advised you all that it will be presented to the legislative body for approval at the March meeting. The new contract will be negotiated this fall and NOW is the time … Continue reading Teacher’s contract…part deux! Is our legislative body in CONTROL here?