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The More You Know

Maineville, OH

#30540 Feb 17, 2014
So Eloquent wrote:
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There you go again with that brilliant eloquence. No wonder your side lost. Reading your replies is almost as bad as reading Weideman's drivel on his waste-of-money postcards. At least that was good for a laugh, though!
Exactly, sometimes it's almost like 2nd grade all over again!

Interesting how DW hasn't made one comment on the P issue. Unless maybe HE is AP, NAH, No way :):):)
fatso

Dayton, OH

#30541 Feb 17, 2014
No more Pizza wrote:
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Awwww, poor things! It was your KPR who hired Petrey and now you're bashing him. It's like NOTHING is going your way, you poor little dears.
give it a rest, JOBE.
Truth Hurts

Springboro, OH

#30542 Feb 17, 2014
The More You Know wrote:
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Don't need to change anyone's mind, seeing as I seem to be with a majority of the voters last election.
Elections come and go and voters are fickle; and now in just less than 3 months as elected official, even Ron Malone's insane popularity is losing its glow.... the more you know about True History vs Popular Opinion, the more you know that retired educator, Ron Malone, is just not the Golden Boy that many for so long has thought him to be.
Really

Springboro, OH

#30543 Feb 17, 2014
The More You Know wrote:
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Exactly, sometimes it's almost like 2nd grade all over again!
Interesting how DW hasn't made one comment on the P issue. Unless maybe HE is AP, NAH, No way :):):)
Interesting that TP, RM, and DS have teamed up to offer apology to Springboro student AP.

Interesting, but not one comment from TP in apology to those Springboro students whose privacy was violated by school teacher MW.

Could it be that TP is just re-arranging his old prejudices from back in the Baker/Dettwiller days when TP was a DE principal?
Benevolent Coaches

Lebanon, OH

#30545 Feb 17, 2014
The More You Know wrote:
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"There were no findings for recovery of misspent funds or allegations of wrongdoing in the audit."
Thank the good Lord we have such benevolent and public spirited coaches that would fork over $40,000 out of the goodness of their hearts to our student athletes just because they can.
Who Was In Charge

Lebanon, OH

#30546 Feb 17, 2014
Who was the principal at the high school while all this money was being diverted and the school district was trying to squeeze another $30,000,000 out of our pockets for another levy? Weren't they claiming poverty and financial ruin if we did not pass a levy? All the while the coaching staff is pocketing money due the school district? Who was supposed to be in charge 2010-2012?

Posted: 10:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014
Camp coaches pay Springboro schools $40K
COMMENT(2)
4 6 0 34
By Breaking News Staff
SPRINGBORO — Five coaches paid the Springboro school district $40,004 to balance accounts from camps they held from 2010 to 2012.
The coaches, all but one of whom is still coaching in Springboro, came under scrutiny two years ago after state auditors and the school board questioned the district's athletic booster group and the coach's camps.
The payments were listed in a letter state auditors sent to the Springboro board in December in closing the 2012 audit.
There were no findings for recovery of misspent funds or allegations of wrongdoing in the audit.
The coaches indicated they were operating according to direction from the superintendent or athletic director, in some cases through arrangements dating back more than a decade. Contrary to policy, some coaches used district facilities without paying the required fees, according to records.
State auditors will review continued concerns about the audit findings raised by the district superintendent, as well as other unidentified issues with the district's books brought to auditors' attention by the school board last September.
According to the state, the audit firm J.L. Uhrig and Associates began reviewing the coach camps after theft of funds from Springboro Booster Club was reported in June 2012. The firm already was conducting the district's annual audit when it began the review of the coach's camps.
Search 4 Truth Continues

Springboro, OH

#30547 Feb 17, 2014
Smells Like Union Smearin wrote:
Posted: 10:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014
Camp coaches pay Springboro schools $40K
COMMENT(2)
4 6 0 34
By Breaking News Staff
SPRINGBORO — Five coaches paid the Springboro school district $40,004 to balance accounts from camps they held from 2010 to 2012.
The coaches, all but one of whom is still coaching in Springboro, came under scrutiny two years ago after state auditors and the school board questioned the district's athletic booster group and the coach's camps.
The payments were listed in a letter state auditors sent to the Springboro board in December in closing the 2012 audit.
There were no findings for recovery of misspent funds or allegations of wrongdoing in the audit.
The coaches indicated they were operating according to direction from the superintendent or athletic director, in some cases through arrangements dating back more than a decade. Contrary to policy, some coaches used district facilities without paying the required fees, according to records.
State auditors will review continued concerns about the audit findings raised by the district superintendent, as well as other unidentified issues with the district's books brought to auditors' attention by the school board last September.
According to the state, the audit firm J.L. Uhrig and Associates began reviewing the coach camps after theft of funds from Springboro Booster Club was reported in June 2012. The firm already was conducting the district's annual audit when it began the review of the coach's camps.
Stay Alert Voters --- While the WDTN, Todd Petrey, Ron Malone, David Stuckey, Tina Daniels and Springboro Panthers seek glorification for those random acts of kindness,
(we better watch out and we better be good because if we are among those who think it is wrong for the government to over-tax its citizens, just because the government majority can, then we may not be among those who will be recognized at the 2014 high school graduation
services; and who among us can thrive IF we don't get that 5 minutes of fame in doses prescribed by the Dr. Malone?)......

But, back to current events, the DDN February 11 issue reports that the "Probe of Coach Camps to Continue" in Springboro. The DDN article states "During its 2013 audit of the district this year, officials with Ohio Auditor David Yost's Office said they will continue to look at "additional issues" raised by the school board according to a letter accompanying the district's 2012 audit. Yost's office and the school district would not comment on the
"additional issues."
Wher Are The Answers

Springboro, OH

#30548 Feb 17, 2014
Who Was In Charge wrote:
Who was the principal at the high school while all this money was being diverted and the school district was trying to squeeze another $30,000,000 out of our pockets for another levy? Weren't they claiming poverty and financial ruin if we did not pass a levy? All the while the coaching staff is pocketing money due the school district? Who was supposed to be in charge 2010-2012?
Posted: 10:00 p.m. Monday, Feb. 10, 2014
Camp coaches pay Springboro schools $40K
COMMENT(2)
4 6 0 34
By Breaking News Staff
SPRINGBORO — Five coaches paid the Springboro school district $40,004 to balance accounts from camps they held from 2010 to 2012.
The coaches, all but one of whom is still coaching in Springboro, came under scrutiny two years ago after state auditors and the school board questioned the district's athletic booster group and the coach's camps.
The payments were listed in a letter state auditors sent to the Springboro board in December in closing the 2012 audit.
There were no findings for recovery of misspent funds or allegations of wrongdoing in the audit.
The coaches indicated they were operating according to direction from the superintendent or athletic director, in some cases through arrangements dating back more than a decade. Contrary to policy, some coaches used district facilities without paying the required fees, according to records.
State auditors will review continued concerns about the audit findings raised by the district superintendent, as well as other unidentified issues with the district's books brought to auditors' attention by the school board last September.
According to the state, the audit firm J.L. Uhrig and Associates began reviewing the coach camps after theft of funds from Springboro Booster Club was reported in June 2012. The firm already was conducting the district's annual audit when it began the review of the coach's camps.
="Who Was In Charge"]Who was the principal at the high school while all this money was being diverted and the school district was trying to squeeze another $30,000,000 out of our pockets for another levy? Weren't they claiming poverty and financial ruin if we did not pass a levy? All the while the coaching staff is pocketing money due the school district? Who was supposed to be in charge 2010-2012?

The answer my friend is not blowing in the wind. The answer is Ron Malone, who is sitting in the board room as Vice President. thanks to community wide name recognition and a cleverly manipulated and expensive pro-union funded two year school board campaign.

But where oh where are those responsible administrators who should have held Ron Malone accountable way back then for his now proven history of past failed leadership practices?
Smells Like Union Smearin

Lebanon, OH

#30549 Feb 17, 2014
I think I know why all the UNION SMEARIN is going on.

Ronnie is this what was going on under your sleepy eyes? Money being moved from the kids to the coaches? This is the sordid truth about some people who feel the need to jump in front of the kids who they are supposed to protect, lead, and teach in the wild grab for cash. And where was their boss, the principal during this period?

http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/docum...

Background:
During the 2011 audit of the District, the Independent Public Accountants (IPA) performing the audit reviewed some preliminary information regarding summer athletic camps. The IPA inquired with the Treasurer whether there were outside bank accounts held by various school District coaches for these camps, and the Treasurer responded that all the outside activity related to sports camps and fund raisers were run by the Springboro Athletic Boosters Association (Boosters).
The IPA made a recommendation in the 2011 management letter regarding the use of facilities by Booster organizations and other policies the District had regarding outside Booster organizations.

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Springboro Community City School District December 12, 2013
On June 14, 2012 the District Treasurer called our office to inform us that the Springboro Police notified her that they found an alleged theft related to the Springboro Athletic Booster Association which appeared to be significant.
Subsequent to this call, we found information in flyers posted on the District’s web site that indicated there were summer sports camps for volleyball and basketball for which the registration fees appeared to be going to the Springboro CCSD High School coaches’ homes. None of the flyers mentioned the Boosters organization. Further review of the Boosters organization by the AOS revealed that the IRS had posted revocation of the Boosters tax exempt organization status in 2011.
Since the District Treasurer told the IPA during the course of the 2011 audit that the Boosters ran all sports summer camps, and subsequently we found that some of these camps were actually operated by coaches using outside bank accounts, we contacted the Treasurer on June 21, 2012 to discuss these issues and were informed of the following:
&#61623; The District was now taking over future operations of all summer camps, operation of the concession stand and all outside activity accounting;
&#61623; The Treasurer confirmed that coaches did have their own outside bank accounts where they collected funds for summer camps and then used funds for related expenditures and possible payment to themselves;
&#61623; The District was now asking the coaches to pay in to the District any funds they had on hand and close the outside bank accounts.
In July 2012 the District provided documentation of those funds paid into the District from five separate individual bank accounts that were related to summer sports camps. These consisted of funds from Springboro Baseball Camp, Springboro Boys Basketball Camp, Springboro Girls Basketball Camp, Springboro Volleyball Camp and Springboro Football Camp. After our initial review of this documentation, we requested and reviewed additional documentation related to the outside bank accounts.
We examined bank statements for these outside accounts for the 2011 and 2012 school year. We also met with some of the coaches to gain additional information. Our preliminary examination and analysis of the financial activity of the separate bank accounts operated by coaches for summer camps identified the following conditions:
Smells Like Union Smearin

Lebanon, OH

#30550 Feb 17, 2014
1. Springboro Boys Basketball Camps
A bank account was maintained by Troy Holtrey, the former Springboro High School head basketball coach and former athletic director who operated the camp. Mr. Holtrey indicated that he had been operating camps for approximately 20 years. He believes he opened the account in 2004/05 per the request of the Superintendent. Prior to operating his own bank account the camps financial activity was accounted for by the Springboro Boosters.
Springboro Community City School District December 12, 2013 Page 3
Mr. Holtrey indicated that after he had paid for all of the expenses (camp workers, t- shirts, basketballs, etc.) related to the camp, he considered any funds remaining from the fees he collected to be his stipend.
2. Springboro Football Camp
A bank account was maintained by Ryan Wilhite, the Springboro High School head football coach who operated the summer football camp. Mr. Wilhite indicated that he had been operating a camp for approximately 7 years. He believes he opened the account in 2009 per the request of the former Athletic Director (Mr. Holtrey). Prior to operating his own bank account, the camp’s financial activity was accounted for through an organization known as the ‘Springboro Football Moms Club’ and the Springboro Boosters.
During our interview, Mr. Wilhite stated that some of the checks that were written to him were used to pay for other High School team related expenses, pay camp workers in cash or reimburse him for other expenses made out of personal funds. He also indicated that after he had paid for all of the expenses (camp workers, t-shirts) related to the camp, he considered any funds remaining to be his stipend.
3. Springboro Girls Basketball Camp
A bank account was maintained by Tom Benjamin, the Springboro High School girls head basketball coach who operated summer camp. He noted that he had operated summer camps for approximately 5 years and he has always had this outside account.
According to Mr. Benjamin, he collected camp fees for a summer girls basketball camp he operated. After he had paid for all of the expenses (camp workers, t-shirts, basketballs) related to the camp, he considered any funds remaining from the fees he collected to be his stipend.
4. Springboro Baseball Camp
We did not meet with Mr. Pelfrey, boys head high school baseball coach; however, from review of the outside bank account we found that a separate outside account was first opened in April 2011. Upon review of the outside bank account it appeared as if Mr. Pelfrey paid himself a stipend with the fees collected for the camp after he had paid for all the camp related expenses (insurance, camp workers, t-shirts) which was consistent with how the coaches for the boys basketball camp, girls basketball camp, and football camp paid their stipends.
5. Springboro Girls Volleyball Camp
A bank account was maintained by Kevin Sedensky, girls high school head volleyball coach who operated a summer camp. Per a memo Coach Sedensky wrote to the District dated August 7, 2012, in April 2011 the District’s Athletic Director directed him to open
Springboro Community City School District December 12, 2013 Page 4
a summer camp account in his name. Mr. Sedensky also operated the Panthers Youth Volleyball league activity in this bank account in the winter of 2012.
The following table provides a brief summary of some of the information obtained from our review of the bank statements, copies of cancelled checks and other information provided by some coaches:
Show me the money

Canal Winchester, OH

#30551 Feb 17, 2014
Looking at the chart in the letter, the five coaches paid themselves "stipends" totaling almost $50,000 for the two years looked at by the auditors. Of that, over $27,000 went to Troy Holtrey, Athletic Director and Basketball Coach. The coaches just get to keep that money? Says who? Dr. Malone?

That is just two years of summer camps! We all know there were more fund raisers than just the camps, and while the Boosters money that was stolen was mainly from concessions and other sports, where is the rest of the money? What about the camp money prior to 2010? Was that a stipend also? Did the coaches pay taxes on that income?

And what about the "Panther Store"? Where is that money?
Smells Like Union Smearin

Lebanon, OH

#30552 Feb 17, 2014
These guys sound like the accused at Nuremburg, " I was just following orders given by somebody else, I take no personal responsibility." The one at the top whose name never comes up is the principal who was all of these men's boss. The chain of command in a school district does not go from the Superintendent to the boys basketball coach. Does Holtrey just think everybody is stupid? How much did this person slide off with over the years that was supposed to be going to the kids? He took his money out of Harves Booster program and began running his own. Maybe they thought it would be safer in their bank account.
influences

Springboro, OH

#30553 Feb 17, 2014
No More Pizza Guys wrote:
<quoted text>
Anonymous Panther has been going on for a couple years. Why are you so negative and suspicious. It's been a great thing for the school - someone showing others kindness without asking anything in return. The adults on this thread could learn a lot from this teenager.
What world are you living in? Yellow brick roads and stawberry fields forever? Even the most clueless on this thread has matured beyond AP's optimistic, but unbelievably naive visions and viewpoints. AP is another budding end-product of America's increasingly liberalized media culture. Sooner or later, reality tends to smack individuals like this in the face. Typically between 5 to 10 years after high school graduation they begin to find religion. In my six decades plus I've stopped trying to count the huge number of twentysomething liberals that eventually evolved into conservatives before they hit their 40th birthdays.

If you look around, there are so-called role models and influences that don't do much to assist the maturity of otherwise good kids like this. Not-so-great influences like a post-election in-classroom superhero-costume-wearing SHS math teacher with a surname that rhymes with "orton". Not so great influences like watching Springboro graduate student privacy records being violated for a political reason by another SHS teacher with a surname that rhymes with "pay".
Smells Like Union Smearin

Lebanon, OH

#30554 Feb 17, 2014
No More Pizza Guys wrote:
<quoted text>
Anonymous Panther has been going on for a couple years. Why are you so negative and suspicious. It's been a great thing for the school - someone showing others kindness without asking anything in return. The adults on this thread could learn a lot from this teenager.

Do you mean like our coaches, former athletic director, and former principal?
No I Mean You

Springboro, OH

#30555 Feb 17, 2014
Smells Like Union Smearin wrote:
No More Pizza Guys wrote:
<quoted text>
Anonymous Panther has been going on for a couple years. Why are you so negative and suspicious. It's been a great thing for the school - someone showing others kindness without asking anything in return. The adults on this thread could learn a lot from this teenager.
Do you mean like our coaches, former athletic director, and former principal?
Not really. Mostly I mean the likes of you, Petroni, et. al.
No I Mean You

Springboro, OH

#30556 Feb 17, 2014
influences wrote:
<quoted text>
What world are you living in? Yellow brick roads and stawberry fields forever? Even the most clueless on this thread has matured beyond AP's optimistic, but unbelievably naive visions and viewpoints. AP is another budding end-product of America's increasingly liberalized media culture. Sooner or later, reality tends to smack individuals like this in the face. Typically between 5 to 10 years after high school graduation they begin to find religion. In my six decades plus I've stopped trying to count the huge number of twentysomething liberals that eventually evolved into conservatives before they hit their 40th birthdays.
If you look around, there are so-called role models and influences that don't do much to assist the maturity of otherwise good kids like this. Not-so-great influences like a post-election in-classroom superhero-costume-wearing SHS math teacher with a surname that rhymes with "orton". Not so great influences like watching Springboro graduate student privacy records being violated for a political reason by another SHS teacher with a surname that rhymes with "pay".
Yes, I guess I do live in a different world than you do, thank God. What a sad commentary that you're suggesting the Anonymous Panther must be a liberal. Are conservatives unable to be anonymously kind in your opinion? I don't give two craps what the political affiliation of the AP is. Kudos to him/her for demonstrating kindness in a world overrun by jaded idiots like you.

Well, much to your chagrin apparently, the AP WORKS. Students have stated that it has brought them closer together. If that has happened (and it has - I am the parent of a high school student), then that's all that matters. Will the AP become a conservative one day?(I still find it amusing that you feel the student must be a liberal bc apparently only liberals are nice people.) Maybe, maybe not. Who cares? In the now, it's working. Shut up and let it.

Signed, A Republican Who Is Quite Capable of RAK
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#30557 Feb 17, 2014
No I Mean You wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, I guess I do live in a different world than you do, thank God. What a sad commentary that you're suggesting the Anonymous Panther must be a liberal. Are conservatives unable to be anonymously kind in your opinion? I don't give two craps what the political affiliation of the AP is. Kudos to him/her for demonstrating kindness in a world overrun by jaded idiots like you.
Well, much to your chagrin apparently, the AP WORKS. Students have stated that it has brought them closer together. If that has happened (and it has - I am the parent of a high school student), then that's all that matters. Will the AP become a conservative one day?(I still find it amusing that you feel the student must be a liberal bc apparently only liberals are nice people.) Maybe, maybe not. Who cares? In the now, it's working. Shut up and let it.
Signed, A Republican Who Is Quite Capable of RAK
Don't act so sanctimonious as you hide behind the nom de plume you chose for yourself today. Why don't you address a real issue rather than something that real people do everyday because it is the right thing to do.

How about the fact that our coaching staff decided that instead of giving money to the Boosters to support our student athletes, the coaches would instead pocket the cash?

How about the random acts of volunteerism that are performed daily by parents of this district to support the children? Do any of these people expect to be paid for doing the right thing? Nope, they just do the job, without demanding they be paid. The entire youth basketball, baseball, and football programs are run the same way. Our concession stands are manned and operated by selfless volunteers who answer the call when the bell is rung. These programs in our community exist because of the selfless work of countless individuals who go nameless season in and season out. They give of their time because it is good for the children.

When I read the audit report and digested the self serving answers as to why these people decided it was in their best interest to divert funds from support organizations into their pockets I felt sickened. What Mr. Harves did was wrong, what these people did was a direct violation of the trust in which this community entrusted in these men. That and the overt disregard for district policy and procedures speaks volumes of how much these people thought of such rules and regulations.

The former athletic director, Mr Troy Holtrey's response to the inquiry:

"He believes he opened the account in 2004/05 per the request of the Superintendent. Prior to operating his own bank account the camps financial activity was accounted for by the Springboro Boosters."

Mr. Holtrey "believes" he decided to divert money from a school support organization into his private accounts because Superintendent David Baker suggested that course of action. Why in the name of all that is good would Superintendent Baker suggest to Mr Holtrey it would be a good idea to divert money away from the Booster organization that supports our student athletes?

Did Superintendent Baker know something of the goings on with the booster financials 10 years ago?

Did Mr Holtrey see a good business model and decide that whatever Mr Harves could do he could do better?

Why do all of these coaches respond that it was former athletic director, Mr Holtrey, that suggested they do the same thing he was doing?

Why did Superintendent Baker not inform all of these other coaches that was the way they should perform their duties? Why did Superintendent Baker only "request" that Mr. Holtrey divert money from the program's support organization?

And did you ever notice that nobody ever seems to consult Mr. Malone about anything that goes on right under his very nose, year after year? After all, Mr. Malone was these coaches boss and at least nominally in charge. One would think somebody would have mentioned this to him at least once in 10 years.
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#30558 Feb 18, 2014
Smells Like Union Smearin wrote:
No More Pizza Guys wrote:
<quoted text>
Anonymous Panther has been going on for a couple years. Why are you so negative and suspicious. It's been a great thing for the school - someone showing others kindness without asking anything in return. The adults on this thread could learn a lot from this teenager.
Do you mean like our coaches, former athletic director, and former principal?
If you are in coaching for the money, you will soon be disappointed when you figure out your hourly wage.

If you are in coaching because you love working with the kids, seeing them grow and learn, and want to teach them some lessons about life that will serve them well into the future, then coaching is for you.

Those who have taken on that responsibility for the right reasons will find coaching one of the most fulfilling and rewarding things they will ever do.

Those who look upon it as a way to enrich themselves financially will soon, more often than not, find it more of a chore than a joy.
Doug Wiedeman

Cleveland, OH

#30559 Feb 18, 2014
http://media.cmgdigital.com/shared/news/docum...

During the 2011 audit of the District, the Independent Public Accountants (IPA) performing the audit reviewed some preliminary information regarding summer athletic camps. The IPA inquired with the Treasurer whether there were outside bank accounts held by various school District coaches for these camps, and the Treasurer responded that all the outside activity related to sports camps and fund raisers were run by the Springboro Athletic Boosters Association (Boosters).

Now the question that begs itself is why did the treasurer tell the state auditor something that was categorically untrue?
Sancti

Springboro, OH

#30560 Feb 18, 2014
Doug Wiedeman wrote:
<quoted text>
Don't act so sanctimonious as you hide behind the nom de plume you chose for yourself today. Why don't you address a real issue rather than something that real people do everyday because it is the right thing to do.
How about the fact that our coaching staff decided that instead of giving money to the Boosters to support our student athletes, the coaches would instead pocket the cash?
How about the random acts of volunteerism that are performed daily by parents of this district to support the children? Do any of these people expect to be paid for doing the right thing? Nope, they just do the job, without demanding they be paid. The entire youth basketball, baseball, and football programs are run the same way. Our concession stands are manned and operated by selfless volunteers who answer the call when the bell is rung. These programs in our community exist because of the selfless work of countless individuals who go nameless season in and season out. They give of their time because it is good for the children.
When I read the audit report and digested the self serving answers as to why these people decided it was in their best interest to divert funds from support organizations into their pockets I felt sickened. What Mr. Harves did was wrong, what these people did was a direct violation of the trust in which this community entrusted in these men. That and the overt disregard for district policy and procedures speaks volumes of how much these people thought of such rules and regulations.
The former athletic director, Mr Troy Holtrey's response to the inquiry:
"He believes he opened the account in 2004/05 per the request of the Superintendent. Prior to operating his own bank account the camps financial activity was accounted for by the Springboro Boosters."
Mr. Holtrey "believes" he decided to divert money from a school support organization into his private accounts because Superintendent David Baker suggested that course of action. Why in the name of all that is good would Superintendent Baker suggest to Mr Holtrey it would be a good idea to divert money away from the Booster organization that supports our student athletes?
Did Superintendent Baker know something of the goings on with the booster financials 10 years ago?
Did Mr Holtrey see a good business model and decide that whatever Mr Harves could do he could do better?
Why do all of these coaches respond that it was former athletic director, Mr Holtrey, that suggested they do the same thing he was doing?
Why did Superintendent Baker not inform all of these other coaches that was the way they should perform their duties? Why did Superintendent Baker only "request" that Mr. Holtrey divert money from the program's support organization?
And did you ever notice that nobody ever seems to consult Mr. Malone about anything that goes on right under his very nose, year after year? After all, Mr. Malone was these coaches boss and at least nominally in charge. One would think somebody would have mentioned this to him at least once in 10 years.
You accusing someone else of acting sanctimonious? That gave me my good laugh for the day.

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