Tuesday, May 22, 2007

the agenda for the board meeting

contains neither of the "hot" issues of the last meeting.

Paula Maes did not put the issue of arming the APS Police on the agenda. Nor did she put the issue of the APS Police itself, on the agenda.

The public has a right to know what Paula Maes has done in the intervening three weeks; beside enabling the leadership of the APS to deliberately evade the requirements of the Inspection of Public Record Act.

Because Paula Maes pushed the public forum off the agenda, and because neither issue is on the agenda, it is impossible for a community member to speak on the record on either issue.

Paula "let's get in a teacher's face" Maes and the Modral law firm are denying a citizen's right to petition their government. They are doing that in order to evade accountability for refusing to surrender evidence of public corruption and criminal conspiracy in the leadership of the APS.

If there is a reader who can refute or rebut any of this;

I would suggest that, you have both an opportunty and
some obligation to do so.

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