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Newton County Sheriff's Office arrests second person in connection with beating of elderly man January 28, 2015
How does she get away with having so many family members recently hired in Newton? Her sister teaches at an elementary school here. Her husband oversees Human Resources so Alcovy teachers are gridlocked with high blood pressure and more damages than she could ever have. His nephew works in maintenance and came to the job knowing nothing.
I am contacting Dr. John Trotter of MACE to look at this attack on free speech
I think that if we could just get the right people behind Mr Meadors to help him with this sad situation at Prison 36 formally known as AHS that maybe our kids would have a fighting chance. As I see it right now the kids and faculty are suffering so much I don't even think they know what to do, in fact i'm sure of it. Let's see we need someone with a strong voice to be heard, strong leadership qualities and someone who doesn't take BS from people. The most important which all of these qualities are important but the most important of all someone who has been in education for 25 years and knows his way around the system. This is who we need. ALL of these qualities are your district one board member and he definately has a voice. We need to clean house get some qualified people and over there to help get this mess straight.
Any suggestions Mr Meadors? AHS needs your HELP DESPERATELY !!!!!!!!
Honest Abe I don't disagree with you but I think Meadors said that he realized it was illegal later but why did the legal expert -aka attorney- stop the whole thing. They hire him to protect the legal open meetings. I'm not defending any of them but Johnson has no buisness being chairman of our school system board and none of them should be dumb enough to let this go on for a third time. What has the news people done to them? Report the arrests, assaults, tasers, food fights, attacks at school led by the wife of someone who has no buisness in a top job- he cannot be objective and obviously went off on the Newton Citizen.
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