"I fear three newspapers more than a hundred thousand bayonets."
— Napoleon Bonaparte
Obviously Napoleon Did Not Live In Greenwich
Incompetent Greenwich Time Managing Editor Bruce Hunter Still Continues To Ignore Parents Complaints About Water Leaks In The Hamilton Avenue Modulars !!!!
Date: 12/29/09 2:10PM
You did not hear this from me....
The modulars are leaking again! Ceiling tiles are being replaced again. The principal is lying again!
Name Withheld By Request
Most Everyone in town remembers that in the early eighties the Greenwich Time attempted to revive it's poor image by hiring investigative journalist Len Levitt to look into the unsolved murder case.
Levitt's story was based on more than 100 interviews and 400 pages of police documents turned over on the order of the state's Freedom of Information Commission, remained unpublished for nearly a decade.
The story was finally published over several pages in 1991.When Mr. Levitt appeared in an Editor & Publisher cover story bashing the newspapers for the long delay in publishing his work, Another Thin Skinned Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani Refused To Talk To Mr. Levitt Ever Again .
The Greenwich High School PTA will host its annual "SummerFare Camp Expo," showcasing more than 130 summer programs for middle and high school students, in the GHS student center, 10 Hillside Road, from 6 p.m to 9 p.m. Wednesday.
Program representatives will hand out informational brochures and DVDs as well as answer questions from parents and students about a bevy of program options, from sailing trips through the Caribbean, to language courses, to traditional sleep-away and day camps.
Family finance writer Jill Russo Foster will be the guest speaker at an Eastern Middle School PTA meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the school's cafeteria, 51 Hendrie Ave. The event is free and open to the public.
Foster wrote the book "Cash, Credit, and Your Finances: The Teen Years," which introduces teenagers to basic concepts of managing money, from opening a bank account to living within a budget.
For more information, visit http://www.cashcreditandyourfinances.com/.
Proceeds from the event will pay for school field trips, arts in education, scholarships and other programs. Donating companies will be highlighted in the PTA's "List of Contributors."
Students are asking friends and family to pledge a specific amount of money for every math problem they solve. These funds will help the research hospital find new ways to combat childhood diseases. Last year, Stanwich's Math-A-Thon raised $42,314, according to organizers.
FOR THE RECORD:
Greenwich Roundup was the only news organization that reported about the water once again leaking at Hamilton Avenue School. Clueless Hearst Newspaper Editors Don Harrison (Greenwich Citizen) And Jim Zebora (Greenwich Time), as well as, the Greenwich Post editor have ignored HAS parents complaints that the modular are once again leaking.
10/10/08 Hamilton Avenue School Update: The Modulars Are Once Again Leaking And Causing Electrical Problems. Has Mold Returned To The HAS Modulars ?
THE MODULARS ARE HAVING WATER AND ELECTRICAL PROBLEMSFIRE ALARM HAS BEEN SET OFF DURING THE SCHOOL DAY!!!!
....The Hamilton Avenue School Principal is so self absorbed and concerned with her image and her career as an administrator, she has lost perspective. God help the children of Hamilton Avenue School as they are shoved in a school that is not up to code.
Where is Ken West the building maintenance supervisor?How is this trailer park permitted to stay open?If this were a private home it would be condemned.
Go Back To Your Wet And Unsafe Modular Classrooms!!!!.....Principal Damaris Rau sounds like an idiot. She should not be in charge of one child, never mind a school full of kids....
The "Yellowich Time" gets first shot at virtually every news story in town and they often bungle thier chance.
When Hamilton Avenue mothers went to Jim Zebora's crew complaining that the modular classrooms were leaking they were REPEATEDLY ignored Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Joe Pisani.
When those same Hamilton Avenue Mothers came to Greenwich Roundup we started publishing posts like this in February until Betty Sternberg was forced to shut down the modulars in March.
02/14/08 - Which High Paid School Administrator Is Responsible For Maintaing The Temporary Classrooms At Western Middle School?
03/02/08 - Another Administrative Screw Up - "They let it happen again. Shame on them. They should be fired," said Laura Dibella past PTA president.
There was not one previous article in the Greenwich Time
When Glenville Parents came to Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Jim Zebora And His Failed Reporting Crew with pictures and stories about the conditions inside thier school the Zorba crew could not be bothered with such trivial matters.
07/11/08 You Wont See This In The Greenwich Time - Failed Board Of Educaion Gives Our Children Facilities like this - Glenville School Bathroom Pics
When the "New And Improved" Hamilton Avenue Modulars were leaking AGAIN, the Ex-Greenwich Time Zebora And His Failed Reporting Crew once again could not be bothered.
09/14/08 You Wont Read This At The Greenwich Time, But You Will Read It On The Ham Ave PTA Website, HEY, TONY BYRNE, THE MODULARS ARE LEAKING .....
When a Greenwich parent got pictures of three heavily damaged classrooms in the "NEW" 30 Million Dollar Ham Ave School the Ex-Greenwich Time Editor Jim Zebora Crew was not interested and still has not fully reported whats going on inside that building.
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Like It Or Not The Greenwich Time Editors Are Going To Have To Get Used To The Fact That Greenwich Roundup Is A Bit Edgy And Somewhat Rude When Greenwich Roundup Publishes A Post Like......
But isn't rude for Colin Gustafson to put up an August headline that insults the intelegence of every taxpayer in Greenwich?
By Colin Gustafson
A variety of unresolved facilities issues - most of them easy to fix - are preventing the Hamilton Avenue School from receiving sign-offs from inspectors necessary for students to return to the building, the school board told parents last night.
Broken glass needs to be repaired, as well as cracks in some of the floor-level surfaces that must be patched. .... Blah ..... Blah ...... blah ..... Blah ..... Blah ..... Ham Ave Is Opening On Time !!!!!!!