Friday, December 07, 2007

Another $3M for the edifice of corruption and incompetence

APS' UAC is a nice place to work.
But apparently, not nice enough. Perhaps with another $3M in improvements, it will become a little more livable.

Beth Everitt and the leadership of the APS have already spent so much money on their "apartments in the sky" that they won't answer questions about the spending. Beth Everitt steadfastly refuses to surrender an honest accounting of the spending at the
Uptown Administrative (retirement) Complex.

Despite the fact that the record of every dime spent there, is a public record, none of the truth is public knowledge.

According to the article in the Journal, the $2.7M
(part of $108M they "found") will be spent on "code corrections"; the same excuse they used for spending a million dollars to update a board room who's very existence is yet to be justified by anyone in the leadership of the APS.

Not even the highly touted, and highly paid Monica Armenta has figured a way to spin it to make it sound OK. She, like Beth Everitt, is reduced to stonewalling; the only defense of an indefensible position.

A reader asks; I just want to know how much more they are going to gild the lily, while I can't get books for the classroom.

Apparently, as much as they feel like.

And there's nothing you can do about it.

Thanks in no small part to corruption at the
Journal and the Trib.

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