Monday, May 21, 2007

no crying wolf; this

Marty Esquivel asked for your help today.

He was on KKOB's Jim Villanucci Show. I didn't know that he was going to be on; so I missed most of the hour.

I heard enough though.

I heard him ask the people of Albuquerque for their help. He asked them to write to their representatives on the board and ask them to support impartial independent audits of the APS administration.

Letters to board members are fectless. Do you think that there is one of them that doesn't understand the question?

The question is; will there, or will there not be honest accountability to a meaningful standard of conduct for the leadership of the APS?

Marty Esquivel says yes.

Leading the no's; Paula "let's get in a teacher's face" Maes. Supporting her will be her husband's not inconsiderable law firm, the beneficiary of millions of dollars worth of litigation on behalf of the interests of the leadership of the APS; and against public interests.

Joining them will be every board member and administrator with a reason to resist an audit of their conduct and competence as public servants.

And the editors.

Marty Esquivel is new to all of this. He is offering to be held honestly accountable for his conduct and competence as a public servant.

And thinks every other leader in the APS should do the same.

Cleansing audits of the leadership of the APS will never happen; if Marty Esquivel doesn't get some backup.

This just might well be the most politically important thing that you will ever be able to do. It would be a shame to miss it.

Tell your boss you need to leave a half hour early.
Tell him why, maybe he'll be there too.

Time for a Change Rally
at the boardmeeting
Wednesday 5pm

(except that Paula Maes doesn't want any one of her constituents "getting in her face" on the record; so the public forum starts early, so as not to be on the record.)

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