Same old questionable lack of intelligence at the January 10 board meeting from our school treasurer that she always displays at public meetings.Last night proved to me we need a new Treasurer. Our Treasurer was ready to put a replacement levy on the ballot in FEB without any research, data gathering or due dilligence. In all honesty she didn't seem very intellegent but to give her benefit of the doubt she could have been nervous about the cameras.
She was ready to spend the money to put it on the ballot in FEB so if it fail we could spend more money in August and November if needed. That is goverment/public sector thought process. It's beyond comprehension for me. She would last about a week in the private sector.
Don't think the cameras had anything to do with her coy silliness projected, because that has been observed in her leadership style from the beginning of her employment.
She has developed no broader vision of the financial management
of our children first budgeting plan, since it has been implemented and adopted by our local school board;
instead her professional expertise seems to be stagnated somewhere in the sewer of La-La Levy Land; during meetings she often flutters her eyelashes and speaks baby talk about other school districts that promote the OSBA philosophy of promoting a continuous stream of new levies on the ballot.
Ah...the good old days of status quo...