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02/23/10 Wheres The Greenwich Time? The Greenwich Post Breaking News - The Greenwich Police Department Det. Mark Marino Is Investigating GEMA

Breaking News


Union members call for criminal probe of GMEA finances

Members of the Greenwich Municipal Employees Association (GMEA) are looking to open a criminal probe, claiming that their president might have been misusing funds.

A member of the GMEA has been in contact with the State’s Attorney’s Office and with the Greenwich Police Department. Det. Mark Marino of the Greenwich police is expected to make contact with the union members within the next few days to investigate their claims. Should they be warranted, the investigation could then be turned over to the State’s Attorney’s Office.

.....union members who completed their examination of the union’s books this month and claim that GMEA President Rosalie Mastropaolo has misused union funds.

GMEA member Melissa Evans, who is among those who examined the GMEA’s financial records after the Connecticut Board of Labor Relations mandated they be released, met with the Post on Tuesday. She said the financial mismanagement goes beyond initial allegations of union funds being used for concert tickets and meals......

.....GMEA held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday afternoon. The Post attempted to attend to hear the board’s side of the accusations, but was ejected from the meeting at Ms. Mastropaolo’s request. Ms. Mastropaolo refused comment for the story.

For the full story, see this week's issue of the Greenwich Post.

Comments (3)

mel1972 says....

Why no comment from Mastropaolo? One would think that if she were truly ionnocent of any wrong-doing she would have something to say.

Candy79 says .....

Combative, Unrependent, full of a sense of their own power. That is the impression that comes across from the majority of the GMEA Executive Board. "Mistakes Were Made" that is the talking point used most by GMEA Board members. Let's just put this behind us and move on. That's what every thief saids once they have been caught. I didn't know I was doing something wrong. They have hundreds of people incarerated right now that are saying that as they wait for an appeal. They could at least fake being sorry about spending the Union's money on frivolous items. It leaves a nasty taste in my mouth, because GMEA's Executive Board sound just like lying politicians when they are caught out..so sad.

Greenwich Girl says .....

This is such disgusting. The Board of GMEA has such a sense of entitlement and they are living in a fantasy world. "Mistakes were made, Lets move on?" I am no lawyer, but if these accusations are true, they have committed Grand Larceny. They have stolen dues from hard working individuals that they are supposed to represent, who have not had a raise in over a year. The Board has committed the sin of gluttony by going to fancy dinners, concerts, trips to Vegas, etc. Did they not think that they would have to pay for their actions? The GMEA board disgusts me, and so do the people that continue to believe the lies that they spew, because they allow this behavior to continue.

It Looks Like Greenwich Time
Reporter Niel Vigdor
Got "Nervous In The Service"
Vigdor Is Once Again Asleep At The Switch
He Hasn't Reported On GEMA For Over Two Weeks
Maybe Hearst Newspapers Should Turn The Story
Back Over To Reporter Frank MacEachern
Crucial vote nears for town's largest union
Some 429 administrative assistants, clerks and public service workers get to choose whether they want to remain part of the Greenwich Municipal Employees Association or join the ranks of the Laborers' International Union of North America Local... more »
By Neil Vigdor, Staff Writer 2 weeks ago

Union defends using dues for Vegas trip and NYC outing
Some rank-and-file members of the Greenwich Municipal Employees Association are leveling serious charges against the union's leadership, saying that it misappropriated dues money and used it for a trip to Las Vegas, limo rides, expensive dinners... more » By Neil Vigdor, Staff Writer 2 weeks ago

GMEA official attacks LIUNA
A senior union official representing about 430 town clerical and support workers has shot back at a larger union seeking to depose the Greenwich Municipal Employees Association. LIUNA, the Laborers International Union of North America, plans to... more »
By Frank MacEachern, Staff Writer 1 month ago

Town employees could vote next month on union representation
Charles LeConche, business manager for the Connecticut Laborers District Council, part of the Laborers International Union of North America, said his union will go to the state's Labor Relations Board Tuesday to file a petition requesting that... more »
By Frank MacEachern, Staff Writer 1 month ago

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02/23/10 Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber Jumps On Frank MacEachern Butt After He Gets Grilled At The Retired Mens Association Meeting Last Week

Two Thumbs Up For Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber !!!!
Last Week There Were Several Comments, During And After The Retired Men's Association Meeting To Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber

Many RMA Members Were Complaining That Greenwich Time Reporters Did Not Inform Residents What Was On The Agenda At Up Coming Town Meetings.

Mr. Mcumber Agreed With The Retired Men's Association Members And Promised To Fix This Oversight At The Greenwich Time.

Now Today We Have Greenwich Time Reporter Frank MacEachern Telling Us What Is On The Agenda At The Planning And Zoning Commission.

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Zoning commission considers zoning amendments
By Frank MacEachern, Staff Writer

A Cos Cob resident who also chairs the Representative Town Meeting's land use committee is welcoming proposed zoning changes that could control the spread of banks in town.

"I am very pleased that they are proposing new regulations to control the number of banks," said
Peter Berg....

.....The Planning and Zoning Commission will meet Tuesday night and hold a public hearing on many proposed changes to the town's building zone regulations....

....The commission is also looking at other changes including preventing an existing drive-through, like a bank, to be automatically converted to a drive-through for a fast food restaurant.

Other changes include tightening up office use in business zones to ensure retail businesses are on the first floor to maintain continuity of store frontages. The commission is considering a change that would exclude real estate, insurance, employment or travel firms from locating on the first floor of buildings in the neighborhood Local Business Retail zone or the central Greenwich Business zone.

The prohibited businesses do not rely on customers to come in to their offices, according to the note accompanying the amended regulation...

....The commission is also considering amendments in the R-6 (two-family property) zone to ensure development of new or renovating existing housing doesn't affect drainage, parking and open space.

The hearing on the proposed zoning regulation changes is only part of a busy agenda with a number of high-profile applications.....

....The site of the former Cos Cob Power Plant at 22 Sound Shore Drive, which the town proposes turning into a 9.7-acre park, is back on the agenda after a number of questions, including whether part of the development may be in an area that could be in danger from storms and possibly run afoul of Federal Emergency Management Agency guidelines.

A proposed expansion at a Cos Cob marina and club is back in the commission's lap after some pointed questioning during its last appearance on Feb. 9.....

......The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

Forget About CT Open Meetings Laws

Next Maybe Frank MacEachern Will Grow Some Journalistic Balls And Report About The Planning And Zoning Commissions Secret Meetings That Are Held Before The Public Meeting.

This Secret Meeting Of The Planning And Zoning Commission Is Called The Staff Presentation Meeting And Is Not Noticed To The Public. Nor Does The Planning And Zoning Commission Open In Public And Then Go Into Executive Session. No Legal Reason Is Ever Given For Why The Planning And Zonning Commission Needs To Go Into Executive Session Known As The Staff Briefing.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

Planning And Zoning Issues Are Raised, Disposed Of And Dismised Behind Closed Door Out Of The Watchful Eye Of The Public.


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02/23/10 You Can Comment On These News Stories At The Greenwich Topix Message Board

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Bridgeport 'inspirational speaker' charged with masterminding area robberies (Connecticut Post)
A Bridgeport man who billed himself as an "inspiration speaker" to inner-city youths was arrested by Greenwich police Monday and charged as the mastermind behind string of robberies throughout the region. 3 Comments

Greenwich, Connecticut residents Pasquale and Angelo Ciullo found GUILTY (UPDATE) (theoriginalgreenwichdiva)
Update: 2/22/10 A Greenwich father and son were found guilty in state Superior Court in Stamford of offenses related to the 2007 attack of a Byram resident and her day laborer. After five days of deliberations, Pasquale Ciullo was convicted on three counts unlawful restraints, and his son Angelo Ciullo, was found guilty on two counts unlawful restraint and weapons charges. The senior Ciullo was acquitted on assault and weapons charges. Original story In a memorandum that was put before the Superior Court of Stamford on Wednesday, attorney Edward Gavin stated that the case against his clients, Greenwich, Connecticut residents Pasquale and Angelo Ciucllo, is tainted by jurors who have prejudged them. more....www.theoriginalgreenwichdiva.com Comment

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02/23/10 The Latest Round Of Endorsements For Greenwich Resident Tom Foley

Tom Foley for Governor

Latest Round of Endorsements for Tom Foley

Tom Foley, candidate for Governor, released his latest round of endorsements adding to a list of prominent Republican activists supporting his campaign. With these additions, Tom Foley now has the public support of 25% of the Republican State Central Committee.

"Tom Foley is head and shoulders the best and brightest candidate," said Gerald "Jerry" Lucas, former three term Killingworth First Selectman. "I look forward to working for him as he winds his way through the delegate process and during the general election."

Since June, Tom has been traveling across Connecticut listening to voter's concerns and building support for his Plan Forward for Connecticut. With this latest endorsement it is clear his message is resonating throughout the state.

"I feel Tom has the right plan to restore economic stability and foster the right conditions for job creation in Connecticut," said State Central member Michael Vitali, currently running for State Representative in the 85th district. "I am proud to endorse Ambassador Foley to be the next Governor of Connecticut."

This latest round of endorsements includes:
  • Tim Plungis, State Central Committee & Candidate for State Rep. (41st District)
  • Rich Tutunjian, State Central Committee
  • Michael Vitali, State Central Committee & Candidate for State Rep. (85th District)
  • Gerald "Jerry" Lucas, Fmr. First Selectman, Killingsworth
  • Denise Hall, Minority Leader, West Hartford Town Council
  • Steve Adler, Councilman, West Hartford
  • David Gilchrist, Selectman, Canton
  • Tom Banisch, Madison RTC Chair
  • Laura Roberts, Tolland RTC Chair
  • Matthew Wutka, Board of Education, Granby
  • Thomas Kelly, Board of Education, Trumbull
  • Jack O'Connell, Board of Education, Milford
  • Jennifer Tung, Board of Finance, Madison
  • Andrew Johnson, Planning & Zoning Commissioner, Lebanon
A full list of Tom's endorsements is posted at TomFoley2010.com

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02/23/10 Without fail?

Jim Himes for Congress

Dear Friends,

Last week, an elderly gentleman in Fairfield asked me whether I thought the United States was still governable and looked wistful as he recalled the labors and successes of his peers, a group we have now come to call "the Greatest Generation."

AldrinI reminded him that I'm still new to Washington, but said that yes, I thought we were capable of addressing the huge challenges we face. I believe that it is a consistent, reliable, even predictable truth of our history that we rise to our most difficult challenges. We may not do so as smoothly or as rapidly as we would like, but the children who watch Sputnik fly overhead eventually band together to see an American plant a flag on the moon. Without fail. Not easily, but without fail.

It is in that spirit that I return to Washington to push for health care reform. To work with the Senate to get financial regulatory reform signed into law. To advance a smarter, more forward-looking energy policy. To take up the subject that will determine the success of my generation's moon landing: education.

But I cannot do it alone and need your help. Can I count on your support at this challenging time?

Despite the examples of the Apollo program, the civil rights movement, and the nation's great commitment to public education, there are those who believe that we achieve our highest purpose when we are left alone, when we denigrate our collective efforts, when we sow anger and hatred for our national institutions. In anxious times like these, they may succeed.

But not if you stand up with a forward-looking "yes" to match their backward-looking "no."

Your contribution of $500, $50, or even $5 will make it easier for me to fight for a better future in Washington. Your assistance, and that of others, will be evidence that we will not betray our historical responsibilities to anger, division and small thinking.

Best,

Jim

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02/23/10 Greenwich School Children Suffer, Because Education Reporting Is Not A Priority At Hearst Newspapers

How News Gets Reported In Greenwich
Greenwich Parents Are Not Going To Pay One Dollar A Day For Poor Newspaper Coverage
Just Look At These Recent Examples Of How The Greenwich Time Covers The Greenwich Board Of Education

02/22/10 Why Isn't Greenwich Time Cub Reporter Colin Gustafson Reporting That Stacey Gross Was Named CT Middle School Principal Of The Year!

WESTERN MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL – STACEY GROSS

NAMED CONNECTICUT MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR!

Dr. Stacey Gross has been named the 2010 Connecticut Middle School Principal of the Year by the Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS). She will be honored by CAS at an awards ceremony in Portland, CT and at the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) - Principal’s Institute in Washington, D.C. in the Fall of 2010. Her application will also be submitted for consideration in NASSP’s 2011 National Middle School Principal of the Year program.

Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Sidney A. Freund said, “Stacey Gross is an exemplary Principal - an effective and collaborative leader, a supportive colleague, and above all, a passionate educator committed to ensuring that every student succeeds in school. She really “gets” middle school students. We are delighted that she has been selected by CAS for this well-deserved recognition as the State’s Middle School Principal of the Year – I couldn’t agree more with their wise decision.”

As Principal of Western Middle School, Dr. Gross has led the school in increasing achievement for all students, and in closing gaps in achievement among student sub groups. This year, she guided the staff in an exploration of the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program, resulting in a staff decision to adopt the program. She has worked with the Western staff to create a comprehensive approach to increasing academic achievement and improving the social-emotional learning experience for all students. This plan resulted in an increase in student engagement and achievement, an increase in participation in extra-curricular activities, and a dramatic reduction in disciplinary issues. She has been instrumental in developing and implementing numerous classes and programs designed to address the specific needs of students; including a collaboratively taught ESL/Reading English class, a “Structured Reading” support class, Peer Mentoring and Mediation programs, a Student Council, and an Advisory program.

In addition to her outstanding contributions to the school, Dr. Gross works at the District level to support improvement efforts as Lead Principal training and advising first, second and third year Principals; as a member of the District Data Team developing the Strategic Improvement Plan for the District; and as a Tri-Chair of the Vision Implementation Team ensuring that the Vision of the Graduate becomes a reality. Under her leadership, Western Middle School has been the recipient of the CAS Exemplary School Climate Award, the Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge Award in 2007 and in 2008, and the Connecticut Challenge to Educational Citizenship Award.

More About Stacy Gross

An educator for 24 years, Dr. Gross joined the Greenwich Public Schools in 1992 as a Special Education teacher, was the first Housemaster for Greenwich High School’s Cantor House from 2003 to 2006, and has been Principal of Western Middle School since 2006. She is also Lead Principal for the District working under the guidance of the Deputy Superintendent to support first, second and third year principals.

As Principal of Western for the last three years, Dr. Gross has implemented a structure for data driven decision-making that has yielded improvement in achievement for students, in both the academic and social-emotional arenas. In addition, Dr. Gross is actively involved in a number of District-wide initiatives and planning committees. She is Tri-Chair for the District's committee for the follow up work on the secondary schools review, making the Vision of the Graduate a reality. She is a member of the District's Data Team, the group charged with developing and implementing the District's Strategic Improvement Plan. Dr. Gross is also a member of the joint School District and Town Health Department's H1N1 flu Task Force.

Dr. Gross is credited with opening the high school’s ‘Fifth House’ in 2003 as its first Housemaster. She was responsible for managing the budget process, recruiting staff, implementing policies, procedures and services, and initiating the Peer Tutoring/Mentoring Program in the new House. She facilitated the introduction of Professional Learning Communities at the high school and was actively involved in numerous school committees, serving as Chair for the Senior Internship Program, the Staff Development Committee, and the School Crisis Team. She participated on the high school’s New Teacher Orientation Committee, the NEASC Steering and Visitation Committees and the Ninth Grade Transition Committee. Additionally, she participated on multiple district-wide committees including the Closing the Achievement Gap Design Team, the Administrative Redesign Team and the International Baccalaureate Committee.

Dr. Gross began her career in education in 1986 as a teacher for the These Our Treasures Preschool in Bronx, N. Y. In 1987, she moved to The Hallen Center for Education in Mamaroneck, N.Y., a comprehensive special education school. From 1989 to 1992, she was a middle school educator for the Southern Westchester Board of Cooperative Services in Rye Brook, N.Y. at the Ardsley Middle School.

Dr. Gross received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1986 with a Major in Psychology, from Fordham University at Lincoln Center, New York City, NY. She received her Master of Science Degree in Special Education in 1989; her Professional Diploma in Administration and Supervision in 1998; and her Doctor of Education/Executive Leadership in 2008 from Fordham University, Graduate School of Education, Tarrytown, New York.



UPDATE:

4 Hours Later


The Greenwich Post Is Covering This Education Story.

Where Is The Greenwich Time?

Gross named Middle School Principal of the Year
Written by Hersam Acorn Newspapers Monday, 22 February 2010 15:20


The Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS) announced today that Dr. Stacey Gross, principal of Western Middle School, has been named the 2010 Connecticut Middle School Principal of the Year. She will be honored by CAS at an awards ceremony in Portland, Conn., and at the National Association of Secondary School Principals - Principal’s Institute in Washington, D.C. in the fall. Her application will also be submitted for consideration in NASSP’s 2011 National Middle School Principal of the Year program.

An educator for 24 years, Dr. Gross joined the Greenwich Public Schools in 1992 as a special education teacher, was the first Housemaster for Greenwich High School’s Cantor House from 2003 to 2006. She has served as principal of Western Middle School since 2006. She is also lead principal for the district working under the guidance of the deputy superintendent to support first, second and third year principals.....

....Western Middle School has been the recipient of the CAS Exemplary School Climate Award, the Governor’s Summer Reading Challenge Award in 2007 and in 2008, and the Connecticut Challenge to Educational Citizenship Award.
More information about the CAS Principal of the Year Awards Program may be found at casciac.org .

UPDATE #2

10 Hours Later

Hearst Newspapers Once Again

Comes In Last Place In Greenwich

Western's Gross named state's top middle school principal

By Colin Gustafson, STAFF WRITER
Published: 09:37 p.m., Monday, February 22, 2010

The leader of an academically struggling middle school has been named the state's top middle school principal this year for her efforts to boost achievement over the past four years.


Western Middle School Principal Stacey Gross has been named the 2010 Connecticut Middle School Principal of the Year by the educational nonprofit group Connecticut Association of Schools, school officials said Monday.


"I am thrilled for her," said Western PTA President Celia Fernandez. "If anyone deserves it, it's Stacey."


The accolade puts Gross in the running for the 2011 National Middle School Principal of the Year award.....

....."Greenwich is a very nice area, but it certainly has its challenges, and many are in that (school)," said Packtor, who also said the panel recognized Gross for her efforts to use "best practices" from other schools......

....Long the lowest performer among these three middle schools, Western has made big gains on state achievement in math, reading and writing since Gross took over in 2006. Attendance has also increased, while behavioral infractions have declined under her watch.....

....If chosen as a finalist for the national middle-school principal award, given by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, Gross could receive $2,500 to spend on school programs.


Gross will be honored for the state award at several events this fall.....

The Third Rate Greenwich Time Cub Reporter Colin " BOE Brown Nose " Gustafson Is Always The Last To Know What Is Going On In The Greenwich Public Schools.

PLEASE ALSO SEE:

01/24/10 Can Parents Trust Stacy Gross And The Board Of Education To Tell Them The Truth About Mold And Asbestos At WMS

More Information:

02/19/10 BREAKING NEWS: Where's The Greenwich Time? This Just In Greenwich Teacher Arrested In Norwalk (Update)

02/18/10 Superintendent of Schools Sidney Freund Is Trying To Prevent Greenwich Roundup Is Peeling The Smelly BOE Onion Of Fraud Waste And Abuse

While The Third Rate Greenwich Time Cub Reporter Colin " BOE Brown Nose " Gustafson Is Playing Catch Up With This Blog And The Greenwich Post....

Greenwich Roundup Is Getting Ready To Report That Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Sidney A. Freund Was Not Being Truthful When He Said BOE Facilities Director Anthony Byrne Voluntarily Went On A $30,000 Administrative Leave Vacation.

Greenwich Roundup Is Currently Waiting On The Town Attorney And The Greenwich Board Of Education's Legally Required Written Response To His Second CT FOI Request.

This FOI Request Will Show That Anthony Byrne Did Not Resign Or Request To Go On Administrative Leave Before He Was Shown The Door On January 4th.

The Truth Is, Greenwich Roundup's Sources Were Right When They Said BOE Facilities Director Anthony Byrne Was Placed On Administrative Leave For Misconduct.

Cub Reporter Gustafson Doesn't Have Too Any BOE Sources Except For Superintendent of Schools Sidney Freund

Hopefully Things Will Improve At The Greenwich Time

Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber Is Going To Try And Help His Out Of Touch Reporters Interact With Greenwich Residents By Moving Them Back Downtown .....

02/17/10 Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber Says The Greenwich Time Will Move Back Downtown In 2010


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02/23/10 The Raw Greenwich News Feed: Overnight Edition

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