Here Is Something That You Won't Read In The Greenwich Time
Navigant Consulting's Presentation to Board of Education entitled
Temporary Classroom at WMS...
Clearly Shows That School Administrators And The Town Of Greenwich Building Department Did Not Make Sure That The Contaminated Modular Met Local Building Codes.
Greenwich Public School's Drawing Of The Contaminated Modular Classrooms Are "Incomplete And Uncoordinated".
Navigant Consulting Clearly States:
"Design errors and omissions were a contributing factor in the development of mold in the building overhangs."
How did the Greenwich Time Miss Navigant Consultings Report?
It looks like the Greenwich Time reporters were too busy waiting for a press release from Susan Wallerstein, Assistant Superintendent for business.
We are sure that Ms. Wallerstein's press release will tell us why the contaminated classrooms did not meet local building codes.
We are also sure that Ms. Wallerstein will clearly explain why her departments drawings of the contaminated modular classrooms are incomplete and uncoordinated.
We are also sure Ms. Wallerstien's press release will truthfully explain how her department's design errors and omissions were a contributing factor in the contamination of the modular classrooms.
Once Ms. Wallerstein's press release arrives at the Greenwich Time, then they will run it through the spell checker and publish it on the front page.
Where is the investigative Reporting?
Where are the Freedom Of Information requests from hard nosed reporters?
Why is the Greenwich press affraid of Betty and the BOE?
How many parents and single family home owners of Greenwich remember this news headline.....
Why can't Greenwich newspaper reporters be fearless when confronting the Board Of Education?
Has a Greenwich Time reporter been brave enough to go up to The Greenwich Fire Chief or Greenwich Building Inspector and ask.....
"How did you let children occupy a modular classroom that did not met local building codes?" Has a Greenwich Time reporter been brave enough to file even one Freedom Of information request about the contaminated modular classrooms?
Now you know why Bill Clark at the Greenwich Gossip Blog calls the newspaper the "Yellowich Time"
05/06/08 - Did You Know That Greenwich Gossip Webmaster Bill Clark Had Been Banned By The Yellowich Time
03/07/08 - Delayed - The Harris Survey, a bi-annual satisfaction survey of parents, teachers and students, which was to be sent out this month.
03/30/08 - School Parents Are Excited That The Delayed School Satisfaction Survey Is Comming Out Next Week
I guess the Yellowich Time Reporters Don't Care What The Parents Think About
Betty "You Can Trust Me" Sternberg
And The Greenwich Public Schools?
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