Tuesday, October 02, 2012

"APS seeking input on community relations"

reads the Journal headline.

According to the Journal arm of the APS communications effort;

Albuquerque Public Schools wants public comment as it considers changing the way it engages families and the community.  A meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Monday (Oct 8th) at the APS Building, 6400 Uptown NE.
The leadership of the APS wants
“...  to expand (their) efforts to make sure we are providing ways to get input and engage the Albuquerque community.”
The meeting will be held in their castle keep, wikilink, behind their Praetorian Guard.

The twins; still no candid, forthright and honest accounting of spending, link

By holding the meeting in the twins, they can use their publicly funded private police force to arrest anyone who might want ask them why they won't tell us how they spent our money fixing the place up.

Are school board members sitting in chairs that cost taxpayers $800 apiece?

The leadership of the APS never had to justify building the board room in the first place, much less the little stuff like $800 dollar chairs.  At the time, students had far more pressing needs than board members and senior administrators, and the establishment's press gave them a bye on investigating and reporting upon the debacle.

The Journal can get in, but they won't ask for a simple accounting of how they spend our tax dollars, even on the eve of another bond issue election.

They've been not asking for a long time, link.

So have Paula Maes' cronies at KRQE, KOAT, and KOB.

photo Mark Bralley

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