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Don't YOU WISH YOU HAD THIS JOB JCSB WASTING Mo Money

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Clueless

United States

#2 Apr 20, 2012
If you even had one iota of a clue about what you are talking about, you just MIGHT be dangerous. Your kind is sad, so very sad.
Sign me up too

Niceville, FL

#7 Apr 20, 2012
At $1.50 per mile since the IRS rate is 50 cents per mile.

IRS Announces 2010 Standard Mileage Rates
http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/article/0,,id=216...

IR-2009-111, Dec. 3, 2009

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today issued the 2010 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes.

Beginning on Jan. 1, 2010, the standard mileage rates for the use of a car (also vans, pickups or panel trucks) will be:

50 cents per mile for business miles driven
16.5 cents per mile driven for medical or moving purposes
14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations
The new rates for business, medical and moving purposes are slightly lower than last year’s. The mileage rates for 2010 reflect generally lower transportation costs compared to a year ago.

The standard mileage rate for business is based on an annual study of the fixed and variable costs of operating an automobile. The rate for medical and moving purposes is based on the variable costs as determined by the same study. Independent contractor Runzheimer International conducted the study.

A taxpayer may not use the business standard mileage rate for a vehicle after using any depreciation method under the Modified Accelerated Cost Recovery System (MACRS) or after claiming a Section 179 deduction for that vehicle. In addition, the business standard mileage rate cannot be used for any vehicle used for hire or for more than four vehicles used simultaneously.

Taxpayers always have the option of calculating the actual costs of using their vehicle rather than using the standard mileage rates.

Revenue Procedure 2009-54 contains additional details regarding the standard mileage rates.


WHy do we even pay taxes

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#8 Apr 20, 2012
So PAEC must think they are all that. 1.50 a freakin mile? what the hell? GLAD RICK SCOTT did that. Seems like that money cuold be going to something else jackson county sliding in all they can before Benton gets in there

GO STEVE BENTON 2012
new school board attorney

Niceville, FL

#9 Apr 20, 2012
Washington County takes bids on school board attorney position!

WCSB Attorney Contract up for Bid

September 26, 2011 1:33 PM

Cecilia Spears, Staff Writer

CHIPLEY – A special called meeting was called for September 19 after a few agenda items were tabled during the Washington County School Board’s regularly scheduled meeting onSeptember 12, one of which was the option to bid out the position of school board attorney on a periodical basis.

“This is nothing against our present attorney, Gerald Holley, he has served this county well for many years,” said Superintendent of Washington County Schools Dr. Sandra Cook.“The matter was presented to us by a member of the community and upon further review we found it is common practice to hold contract bids for such services on a basis of every three to five years to better insure the highest quality service possible as well as a performance review to make sure the needs of the county are being properly met.”

Cook explained that the process would be that the WCSB approves of the advertisement RFP on September 19; on September 20 the advertisement will be placed in surrounding newspapers; October 14 will be the due date for all proposals by 11 a.m., proposals will be opened at 11:05 a.m. and proposer packets will be distributed to board members for individual review and ranking at 11:30 a.m.; on October 19 the tabulation of board member rankings will be reduced to the top three to five candidates; on October 24 the proposer interviews will begin; on October 31 the board will either select a proposer or reject them and keep the current attorney; and on November 14 the board will make their request.

Eligibility:

1) Minimum qualifications include: a law degree from an accredited law school; admitted to the Florida Bar.

2) Five years of experience in the practice of law. Preferred skill and experience in Florida School Board Law.

3) Preferred qualifications include 3 – 5 years experience in laws applicable to K-12 school districts.

4) The Proposer must demonstrate an ability to meet the minimum performance criteria listed as: General knowledge of school board policies; state, federal and administrative laws relating to the area of School Board Attorney; General knowledge of judicial proceedings, rules of evidence and methods of legal research; General knowledge of local governmental law; Skills in conducting research on complex legal matters and preparing sound legal opinions; Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; Ability to participate in the preparation and presentation of civil litigation matters before County, State and Federal Courts; Ability to participate in the preparation and presentation of civil litigation matters before the Division of Administrative Hearings; Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials, management staff and general public; Experience in and familiarity with a highly regulated industry/agency; Understanding of the need for appropriate risk assessment and management on behalf of the board; Board breadth of legal experience and/or able to surround oneself with counsel to handle complex cases in such areas as Florida school laws, Contract law, Constitutional law, Civil rights law,

Local government agency laws, Administrative procedures act, Government contracts procurement process, Public records law, Sunshine Laws, Labor/employment/collective bargaining; Commercial; Real estate/construction law and Experience with regulatory compliance.

“It’s possible we may get 15 applicants and none of them qualify and we reject them all,” said Cook.“The point is that we are able to expand our resources on a regular basis.”
OUSTthe NONPAYIN lawyer

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#11 Apr 20, 2012
new school board attorney wrote:
Washington County takes bids on school board attorney position!
WCSB Attorney Contract up for Bid
September 26, 2011 1:33 PM
Cecilia Spears, Staff Writer
CHIPLEY – A special called meeting was called for September 19 after a few agenda items were tabled during the Washington County School Board’s regularly scheduled meeting onSeptember 12, one of which was the option to bid out the position of school board attorney on a periodical basis.
“This is nothing against our present attorney, Gerald Holley, he has served this county well for many years,” said Superintendent of Washington County Schools Dr. Sandra Cook.“The matter was presented to us by a member of the community and upon further review we found it is common practice to hold contract bids for such services on a basis of every three to five years to better insure the highest quality service possible as well as a performance review to make sure the needs of the county are being properly met.”
Cook explained that the process would be that the WCSB approves of the advertisement RFP on September 19; on S
4) The Proposer must demonstrate an ability to meet the minimum performance criteria listed as: General knowledge of school board policies; state, federal and administrative laws relating to the area of School Board
GREAT IDEA!!! How many years will it take for LITTLE HOUSE ON THE JACKSON COUNTY PRAIRIE to come up with a great solution like this?It would get rid of bondurant.bondurant has a free ride on everything even speeding tickets look at all his dismissed tickets. he has had all his fines witheld check it out LETS BE LIKE WASH CO AND VOTE CROOKS OUT

321993CT000387XXXXXX
[93000387TM] 05/28/1993 TRAFFIC FINE WITHHELD

CHARGE SEQ# STATUTE STATUTE TEXT DATE PHASE
1 320261 IMPROPER TAG 05/24/1993 Charged

[DEFENDANT=BONDURANT FRANK EDWARD ]
[JUDGE=HATCHER, WOODROW W]
LAST DOCKET DATE=06/10/1993
[Court Events | Finance Info | Docket Info]
321993CT000388XXXXXX

[93000388TM] 05/28/1993 TRAFFIC FINE WITHHELD

CHARGE SEQ# STATUTE STATUTE TEXT DATE PHASE
1 32203 5 EXPIRED DL MORE THAN 4 MONTHS 05/24/1993 Charged

[DEFENDANT=BONDURANT FRANK EDWARD ]
[JUDGE=HATCHER, WOODROW W]
LAST DOCKET DATE=06/10/1993
[Court Events | Finance Info | Docket Info]
321992TR001411XXXXXX

[92001411TR] 03/26/1992 TRAFFIC FINE WITHHELD

CHARGE SEQ# STATUTE STATUTE TEXT DATE PHASE
1 316613 CHILD RESTRAINT VIOLATION 03/21/1992 Charged

[DEFENDANT=BONDURANT FRANK EDWARD ]

LAST DOCKET DATE=05/14/1992 DISPOSITION DATE=05/13/1992
[Court Events | Finance Info | Docket Info]
321992CT001408XXXXXX

[92001408TM] 03/26/1992 TRAFFIC FINE WITHHELD

CHARGE SEQ# STATUTE STATUTE TEXT DATE PHASE
1 32203 1 FAILURE TO HAVE A VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE 03/21/1992 Charged

[DEFENDANT=BONDURANT FRANK EDWARD ]
[JUDGE=HATCHER, WOODROW W]
LAST DOCKET DATE=05/14/1992
[Court Events | Finance Info | Docket Info]

DAMN MUST BE NICE TO HAVE AN HONEST SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY LIKE JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD'S. NICE TO GET ALL "FINES WITHHELD" NEVER EVEN PAID ONE.
My ticket

Niceville, FL

#12 Apr 20, 2012
Got a ticket, paid my fine, insurance increased and nothing withheld!
You have NO Clue

Crestview, FL

#13 Apr 20, 2012
WHy do we even pay taxes wrote:
So PAEC must think they are all that. 1.50 a freakin mile? what the hell? GLAD RICK SCOTT did that. Seems like that money cuold be going to something else jackson county sliding in all they can before Benton gets in there
GO STEVE BENTON 2012
OMG.... You people are so laughable! IF you think Steve Benton or anyone else who happens to run can or will do anything different, you will be sadly mistaken. The School Board,nor the Superintendent, nor any of the directors are doing anything underhanded or illegal with the funds. If you did truly know of what you are speaking, you would realize how ignorant your posts are. PAEC is one of three such organizations in the state. It serves almost all of the school districts in the panhandle providing REQUIRED training for teachers and administrators; as well as writing and acquiring grants which provide member districts with funds for programs used with the students. You know, the children, the very ones you say you so concerned about! If you think you know so much better how to run the school district, then why don't you run for a school board position or for superintendent? Yes, thank you Rick Scott for taking those funds away! Thank you for setting our school districts back further than they are" Ignorance!! If your posts weren't so laughable, I'd feel sorry for you all. Instead, I'm getting quite a laugh! Thanks!!!
contract

Niceville, FL

#15 Apr 20, 2012
http://board.jcsb.org/attachments/090f9645-b2...

$1500. per day plus car rental, airline ticket, hotel and meal expenses goes to Susan Kruger, "helping teachers help our students get better grades in less time".
Rednecks training redneck

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#19 Apr 20, 2012
You have NO Clue wrote:
<quoted text>
OMG.... You people are so laughable! IF you think Steve Benton or anyone else who happens to run can or will do anything different, you will be sadly mistaken. The School Board,nor the Superintendent, nor any of the directors are doing anything underhanded or illegal with the funds. If you did truly know of what you are speaking, you would realize how ignorant your posts are. PAEC is one of three such organizations in the state. It serves almost all of the school districts in the panhandle providing REQUIRED training for teachers and administrators; as well as writing and acquiring grants which provide member districts with funds for programs used with the students. You know, the children, the very ones you say you so concerned about! If you think you know so much better how to run the school district, then why don't you run for a school board position or for superintendent? Yes, thank you Rick Scott for taking those funds away! Thank you for setting our school districts back further than they are" Ignorance!! If your posts weren't so laughable, I'd feel sorry for you all. Instead, I'm getting quite a laugh! Thanks!!!
Ignorance is PAEC wasting the grant money obtained TO SERVE THE GIFTED CHILDREN.....

They are burning this grant up fast by paying $1.50 per MILE FOR PAEC EMPLOYEES TO DRIVE THEIR BUTTS AROUND. BACK YOUR STATEMENTS UP LIKE I BACK MINE UP!! Where is the ACCOUNTABILITY for this grant? THANK GOD RICK SCOTT STOPPED THE FLOW OF MONEY TO PAEC. IF THAT MONEY HADN"T BEEN VETOED PAEC WOULD BE DISHING OUT 3.60 PER MILE TO ALL THERE zoo TRAINERS

Posted: 5:44 PM Jul 14, 2011
Reporter: Chad Mira
P-A-E-C Gets $3.6 Million Grant

Panama City - Fourteen Panhandle School Districts are getting additional help for their talented students. The Florida Department of Education is giving a $3.6 million grant to the panhandle area educational consortium, or PAEC, for technology studies.

The new grant will help fund improved science, technology, engineering and math, or stem, programs. PAEC is a consortium of 14-small rural school districts in the panhandle. The organization provides programs and pursues grants to support the member districts. This new STEM grant is a product of that mission.

"They'll be serving gifted students in the area of that panhandle. That includes acceleration courses, summer camps at university of Florida and individualized accelerated instruction," Mary Jane Tappen with the Department of Education said.

The program helps students prepare for science-based careers like medicine and engineering. The stem program helps identify the students, and introduce them to people with more knowledge in these fields.

"This type of grant enables us to do the types of things we can't usually do with lack of funding, and we're just very appreciative of this grant," PAEC Executive Director Pat McDaniel said.

Eligible students are recommended by teachers, score a four or five on the FCAT math and science tests and are identified by their school districts as gifted. PAEC members are still deciding how they will share the funding.
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http://www.wjhg.com/mobi/home/localnews/...

NOW BACK YOUR A$$ UP WITH SOME FACTS!! BY THE WAY HERE IS THE 1.50 PER MILE SCHOOL BOARD APPROVAL LINK STRAIGHT FROM THE SCHOOL BOARD.....INCASE YOU WANT TO DENY THAT.

12.2 Approval of Contract between PAEC, WCSB and JCSB for FloridaLearns STEM
Scholars.

Contract for JCSB to provide transportation for STEM Scholars personnel at $1.50 per mile, plus bus driver pay,
not to exceed $1,700.

Taken from
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING NOTES FROM WWW.JCSB.ORG 1/17/2012
many e-signatures

Niceville, FL

#20 Apr 20, 2012
http://206.155.75.33/public_it emview.aspx?ItemId=2207&mt gId=288

Recommended By:
Signed By:
Nora Mayo - Office Staff

Signed By:
Shawn Larkin - Director

Signed By:
Lee Miller - Superintendent

Gifted Moma

Niceville, FL

#22 Apr 20, 2012
Where's all this gifted $$$$ going? I pay my taxes! My child deserves to be challenged, but this doesn't happen. The grant seems to be specific. My child attended the one and only Venture field trip this year and paid their own way!
haha

United States

#23 Apr 22, 2012
The $1.50 a mile is what JCSB is being paid for the use of their bus. And PAEC is paying that out of the frant and paying the bus drivers daily wage. This has nothing to do with employee travel money. You really should get yoir facts right before bad mouthing people.

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