EDITOR UPDATE: 10/24/2012 - 11:30 PM: 2 comments have been removed. They are not valid. I talked with Ms. Linda Smith, the real one, today and informed her someone was impersonating her on this blog. Those comments along with firstname.lastname@example.org are not valid. Plus they came from the same IP address. Please note IP and email addresses are available for this editor to review at anytime.
UPDATE: I hear Moss is denying any fault.
Praise to the Herald. It made the paper. Miracles never cease. Watch the video at the link below.
In the paper today, this was stated: "It was after Moss left the podium that he allegedly exchanged words with audience members."
Sorry, there is no "allegedly"..he did. I witnessed it. But that doesn't matter to Lynn Smith.
Would Linda Smith, John Bonardi, Tamara Brogan, Cameron Sharpe, Mark Atkinsho, or Wendy Carlyle like their child to be exposed to this? Will they ardently defend the Super no matter what? Yes, I know I've included every "non-partisan" member on this board. They need to speak up!
Dr. Lynn Smith...about those contentious and inaccurate remarks...There was a certain program called Laptop 1:1 initiative and a $1.4 million grant. And about $4.3 - 5 million dollars later (funds came from somewhere besides the $1.4 million grant) ...the program is still alive and well. For anyone the Super chooses to give laptops too.
Oh Dr. Smith...when you tell us what you and the other board members which at the time included Bill Tatum were going to do with $7.9 million you requested but so graciously accepted only $500,000, then maybe we will believe you.
Until then, maybe Dr. Smith and Dr. Moss should get THEIR facts straight. Mr. Del Palazzo was correct. And the document proving it can be located from the County Manager's office as well as right here: Laptop Initiative.