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Tuesday, June 8, 2010

06/08/10 More On The The Ham Ave PTA

Hamilton Avenue Parents Need To Turn Out
And Vote For Their Children's Future

Dear Sir,

Your information is so on the money with regard to the underhanded election for the Hamilton Avenue School PTA Board.

I also agree that the parents have the right to go to the press or wherever else they wish to try to get the answers.

The election meeting is the 16th, you and the town's other media outlets might want to try to come and see for yourself how the current board is trying to hand pick their replacements.

I also understand that the state PTA will be there, too.

Name Withheld By Request


You should video tape this public meeting that will be held in a public building.

Greenwich Roundup would love to post the video of the PTA elections right here.


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By GreenwichRoundup@gmail.com (Greenwich Roundup)
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it's obviously rational to avoid taxation when possible, and this is why governments need to take heed when designing tax regimes. Individuals will do what they can to avoid paying, either by reducing the taxed behaviour or acting to take advantage of loopholes. And the rich will be best able to do this.

But let's be honest for a moment, Mr Lampert is worth $3 billion. If he earns just 1% per year on that fortune—and he certainly earns much more—then he takes home $30 million in income. Per year. That's 600 times the median household income in America. It's more money than a person can reasonably spend. With that much money you can binge every day, and yet the money will just keep accumulating.

And yet Mr Lampert feels he needs to take special steps to avoid paying the regular income tax rate for individuals in the highest tax bracket, which begins at around $373,000.....

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06/08/10 Greenwich Representative for the 2011 CT Teacher of the Year Program

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Sidney A. Freund has announced the selection
of Ms. Rita Baker as the Greenwich Public Schools representative for the
2011 Connecticut Teacher of the Year program. See attached for more

Kim Eves
Director of Communications
Greenwich Board of Education
290 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830


Phone: 203-625-7415
e mail:
Fax: 203-869-8003


Rita Baker, Greenwich High School World Language Teacher

(For immediate release: Tuesday, June 8, 2010 – Greenwich, CT)

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Sidney A.Freund has announced the selection of Ms. Rita Baker as the Greenwich Public Schools representative for the2011 Connecticut Teacher of the Year program. Ms. Baker has taught World Languages – German and French –to Greenwich High School students for 35 years.

Ms. Baker will be recognized by the Board of Education at itsJune 24, 2010 meeting at Town Hall, 7:00PM.Dr. Freund said, “Rita ignites a spark in every student who enters her class. She seeks out and brings out the bestin each student. I was impressed with her ability to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of each of herstudents. Her ability in this area is skilled, purposeful and highly effective.

Rita has been described as the “souland spirit” of the World Language Department, her influence and impact on the high school extends far beyondthe classroom. She will represent Greenwich very well in the State’s program.”Ms. Baker will also be honored by The Distinguished Teachers Awards Committee and by the GreenwichKiwanis Club at the Board of Education meeting on June 24 th . The Kiwanis Club will present Ms. Baker withthe Joseph Mitchell Kaye Award. Mr. Kaye was a past President of the Greenwich Kiwanis Club, a LieutenantGovernor of the Kiwanis Club for the New England District, and served on the Greenwich Board of Education.Ms. Baker is one of the six teachers selected and honored by the Distinguished Teachers Awards Committee thisyear in April. Throughout the month of May, Dr. Freund reviewed the nomination packets submitted for each ofthe Distinguished Teachers, spent time in each of their classrooms, debriefed the observations with each teacherand with their principal, and reviewed essays submitted as part of the selection process.Bio Brief: Rita BakerA lifelong resident of Greenwich, a Greenwich High School graduate, and an educator for thirty-five years at thehigh school, Rita Baker is committed to each student that walks through her classroom door. In ‘Frau’ Baker’sclass - no matter their proclivity for language learning - each student is engaged in the pursuit of languageacquisition, the respect for learning, and in the study of different cultures.

Many of her students continue theirlanguage studies in college and throughout their lives. Ms. Baker is not only the ‘go to’ teacher when her
colleagues need guidance, she is the consummate learner herself.

She has immersed herself in learning newtechnologies, such as the SmartBoard, to enhance instruction and bring German and French cultures alive in herclassroom.Ms. Baker began teaching at Greenwich High School in 1975, as an English as a Second Language (ESL) andFrench teacher. She developed the original ESL program at the high school and wrote the curriculum for thegrowing, multi-level program.

In 1983, she became a German teacher, taking over a floundering program andturning it into a language of interest for the students, doubling the number of classes. She subsequentlyexpanded the curriculum and added Level 4 and Advanced Placement classes. Since 2002,

Ms. Baker has addedLearning Facilitator and Staff Development Coach to her responsibilities. She has been lauded by her colleaguesfor her mentorship in submitting their BEST portfolios and in working towards tenure, and for her expertise andavailability to coach teachers as they strive to address the needs of their students. In 1999, she chaired the worldlanguage self-study committee for NEASC Accreditation and she is currently working in the World LanguageProgram Coordinator in he program’s curriculum review.

Ms. Schenker commented that Ms. Baker’scontributions to the program revisions “made a stunning impact on the entire K-12 curriculum document.”

Ms. Baker received her Bachelor of Arts in French and German from Duke University, Durham, NC in 1975, graduating summa cum laude.

She received her Masters in Teaching of English as a Second Language fromColumbia University’s Teachers College, NY, NY in 1980

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06/08/10 More Comments About Where Are The 59,000 Harborfest Bucks That Were Secretly Paid Out

Dear Greenwich Round Up

I had no intention of responding to the post regarding Harborfest, however, now that my name has been brought into the equation I felt I had no choice.

I will not attack Bob Mcintyre. Bob put his whole heart and soul into this event. His intentions were in all the right places and his goals were not just about money.

As Bob stated, many times, his first goal was to bring the Ham Ave Community back together, with raising funds secondary.

Bob accomplished that first goal in a big way. It was nothing short of a miracle that he was able to assemble an army of volunteers to see Harborfest come to fruition.

Were there mistakes made, probably. The first time for any event is always more of a learning experience than anything else.

Yes, Bob Mcintyre spent a year or better planning this event. One of this magnitude warrants nothing less. I find no fault, whatsoever, with this amount of time being spent planning it, I'm actually in awe that so much was accomplished in so little time, on a VOLUNTEER basis.

The events that Bob planned, those referred to as "VIP" events, were to appeal to a broader base of Greenwich residents, those not necessarily into ferris wheels and fun houses.

Hamilton Avenue School students are not "poor". They may not be in the upper levels of income, however, they are rich in family, community and commitment, as evidenced by the first goal of Harborfest.

At the May 19th PTA Meeting, it was shared that Harborfest brought in
$53,000, not $59,000 and that after expenses submitted to that date, the bottom line was $0.

Is it disappointing that this wasn't the big fundraiser we all hoped it would be?

Of course, it would have been wonderful had it been, but it wasn't, so what has been learned?

Do I believe that some things could have been accomplished on a lesser scale?

Yes, but as I said before this was a huge learning experience for our community. Should changes occur for next year? Absolutely, as they do with any major event.

My biggest concern for next year, is that there be more oversight, fiscally.

There needs to be a bigger committee with more input from the community on better ways of spending the funds to produce such an amazing venue. Better use of contacts would go a long way in keeping the spending under control and more manageable for this small PTA.

I believe there needs to be more reporting to the community on expenses as the planning evolves, which is where I believe this discontent stems from.

I would hope that all the figures have been forwarded to the PTA Leadership.

Harborfest 2010 has been over for a while now, a report of expenses and income should have been shared with the community by this point. By not doing so, it makes people question and wonder exactly what took place and further promotes this sense of distrust and lack of transparency.

I believe that the PTA Leadership is responsible for sharing the final financial report of this event, not the VP or Treasurer.

As to where Mina Bibeault is, her children no longer attend Ham Ave.

As for Steve Anderson, I do not believe, although I may be wrong, that he was even in town during Harborfest.

That being said, Harborfest 2010, was solely the child of the Ham Ave PTA and as far as I understand it, the BOE has nothing to do with school fundraising on an individual PTA basis.

Again, this being a PTA event, I am not sure what Mrs. Riccio or Dr. Cline have to do with the community not knowing everything there is to know about Harorfest 2010.

As to parents contacting Attorney General Blumenthal, it seems that a number of steps have been skipped.

Shouldn't the first questions be publicly asked of the Ham Ave PTA Leadership?

Then, if no response, Greenwich PTA Council, State PTA then National PTA?

The proper process should be followed and I am not sure what could be accomplished by jumping so far up the chain.

Laura DiBella


Dear Ms, DiBella,

All of your points are well taken, but it doesn't address the problem of transparency.

Why wont the Ham Avenue PTA Release a list of who got paid how much?

Many parents say they have been treated rudely or ostracized for asking simple questions.

Some parents have even said that the Ham Ave PTA lost money on this Fancy Nancy Harborfest and that parents are going to have to make up the difference next year.

Greenwich Board Of Education Chairman Steve Anderson should step in if the Hamilton Avenue PTA continues to refuse to give a detailed accounting of the $59,000 to the affected parents.

Hamilton Avenue School principal Barbara Riccio needs to tell the PTA leaders that they must be transparent and not ostrisize families who have honest questions about their child's school.

Dr. Deborah Cline, is the teacher leader has an obligation to tell the Ham Ave President, Vice President and Tresurer that The T in PTA stands for teachers who want transparency and accountability for Hamilton Avenue School families.

Lastly, parents are entitled to go to CT State Authorities or the media anytime that the Hamilton Avenue President, Vice President and Treasurer are not being transparent in an organization that they are dues paying members.

If you are right and Bob Macintyre's hands are 100% clean in this, then he should just release a list of who got paid what?

Mr. Macintyre can put and end to the rumor mill today, by sending a detailed report of who got paid what to GreenwichRoundup@gmail.com

There is nothing to be gained by denying parents access to public information.

The parents are going to eventually find out the truth anyway.

Aixa (Alex) Capozza, Terry Moore and Tracy Caruso are causing all of the rumors and possible state investigations by not running a transparent PTA organization.

Let's see if the Hamilton Avenue PTA Leadership releases a detailed report of who got paid what or if they try and pass off a generalized report that gives no details.

Lastly, parents tell Greenwich Roundup that they can't even get on the PTA governing board and bring transparency, because only board members can nominate their replacements.

Why can't one parent at the annual PTA organization meeting say I would like to nominate Mr. So And So.

Then see if a second parent seconds the motion.

The PTA Board can still put up an insider, but they should also accept nominations from the floor.

This works very well for almost every non-profit and political organization in Greenwich, why can't it work at the Ham Ave PTA.

Greenwich Roundup Finds It Hard To Believe That The Ham Ave PTA Is Not Required To Accept Nominations From The Floor And Is Taking Advantage Of Parents Who Are Not Aware Of The Process


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06/08/10 WE NEED TAX REFORM NOW: Greedy Greenwich Billionaire Wants A 15% Tax Rate While You Have To Pay Over 35%

Greedy Greenwich Billionaire Edward Lampert may have found a way to shield himself from millions of dollars in taxes under legislation that would raise levies on profits at private- equity firms.

ESL Partners LP, the Greenwich, Connecticut, hedge fund Lampert started more than 20 years ago, and affiliates distributed about $829 million of stock in Sears Holdings Corp., AutoNation Inc. and AutoZone Inc. to him on June 2, according to regulatory filings. The fund is scheduled to transfer more shares in the retailers to Lampert by the end of July.

By taking direct ownership of the shares, Lampert would be taxed at the capital-gains rate of 15 percent when the stock is sold, rather than the ordinary income rate of 39.6 percent that his fund would have to pay under the bill,

Lampert is ranked 316th on the Forbes list of world’s richest people, with an estimated net worth of $3 billion.

The legislation is aimed at reducing a tax break for buyout firms.

Greedy Greenwich Billionaire Edward Lampert Doesn't Want To Talk About Paying A Lower Tavx Rate Than Honest Hard Working Americans

Steven Lipin, a spokesman for ESL, declined to comment, and Lampert didn’t return telephone calls and e-mails sent to his office.

Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap

According to last week’s filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Lampert signed an agreement that he can only sell “or otherwise dispose of” the Sears, AutoZone and AutoNation shares he received through the distribution on the same terms and at the same time as ESL Partners.

In January, Lampert disclosed that he had placed Sears, AutoZone and AutoNation shares with a combined market value of $10.3 million in a grantor retained annuity trust,
a vehicle that allows people to give large sums to family members under the Internal Revenue Code without paying a gift tax.

In last week’s SEC filings, Lampert described the transfers as “internal restructuring transactions” that will provide him with “direct ownership” of shares he previously held indirectly through the hedge fund. The distribution simultaneously reduces his ownership in the hedge fund.

In January, Lampert’s hedge fund made a similar distribution to him on a smaller scale. In 2004, affiliates of ESL Partners transferred some of their holdings to the hedge fund, while Lampert didn’t personally receive any shares, regulatory filings show.

Eddie Doesn't Want To Pay For The Stinking Bailout Or The Two Senseless Wars That Are Bankrupting America.

The legislation approved by the House on May 28 would raise taxes on carried interest, or the share of profit paid to managers who run private-equity, venture-capital and real-estate funds. The House had voted three times in three years to raise the levy, only to see the measure stall in the Senate.

The Senate may vote this week on the bill, which backers say would help avoid higher federal budget deficits. The Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation estimates that the private-equity provision, known as Section 710, would raise about $17.7 billion in revenue over 10 years.

According to last week’s SEC filings, ESL Partners distributed 3.79 million Sears shares with a market value of about $299 million to RBS Partners on June 2, which in turn sent 3.72 million of the shares to Lampert and 77,470 to his partner, William Crowley. The partnership and its affiliates distributed about 2.79 million AutoZone shares with a value of almost $520 million and 1.16 million AutoNation shares valued at about $23 million to the two money managers through entities such as RBS Partners, based on June 7 closing prices.

Lampert received stock with a combined market value of about $828.9 million, according to the documents. ESL Partners plans to make a second distribution to Lampert and Crowley after obtaining clearance under federal antitrust rules.

Under current tax rules, distributions of marketable securities by an investment fund such as ESL Partners to its general partner will not generate a tax bill.

Eddie Lampert actually gets the best of both worlds: He can maintain 15% the capital-gains treatment and he can also control the timing of when he pays that capital gain.

When are we going to start treating working men and women as well as we treat billionaire stock traders.

If Greedy Greenwich Billionaire Fat Cats Like Eddie Lampert Started Paying Their Fair Share We Would Have Enough Money For Education And Property Tax Relief.

It's obviously rational for Mr. Lampert to try avoid taxation when possible, and this is why governments need to take heed when designing tax systems.

Individuals will do what they can to avoid paying, either by reducing the taxed behaviour or acting to take advantage of loopholes. And the rich will be best able to do this.

Let's be honest for a moment,
Greedy Eddie Lampert Lampert is worth $3 billion. If he earns just 1% per year on that fortune—and he certainly earns much more—then he takes home $30 million in income. Per year. That's 600 times the median household income in America

It's more money than a person can reasonably spend.

Yet, Mr Lampert feels he needs to take special steps to avoid paying the regular income tax rate for individuals in the highest tax bracket

If you approached Eddie Lampert and told him he didn't work for his money, he'd bristle at the mere suggestion. And yet he wants to continue to take advantage of the silly rule by which the money hedge fund managers can pay a tax rate of just 15%

Greedy Eddie Lampert can afford to be a grown-up and pay the same taxes as everyone else.

The fact that this kind of behaviour is lauded in Greenwich when it ought to be scorned is a real problem.

It's also an indicator that something remains broken in Greenwich's attitude toward wealth.

The Town can't afford to build the high school kids a new auditorium as a Greedy backcountry billionaire makes moves to enjoy a 15% tax rate.

How Can Eddie Lampert Hoard Billions And Billions And Billions Of When There Are So Many Starving Children In The World?

"Any man who has $10,000 left when he dies is a failure."
Errol Flynn

"Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."
Jesus Christ (Matthew 19:24) NIV

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"One of the strange things about life is that the poor, who need money the most, are the very ones that never have it."
Finley Peter Dunne

"The Job of the newspaper is to comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable."
Finley Peter Dunne

06/08/10 Dick Fluid Replaces WGCH Owner Micheal Metter As The Penny Stock King Of Greenwich

Greenwich's Newest Penny Stock Broker

Dick Fuld’s New Friends

Roddy Boyd

The Financial Investigator.com

.....Things have changed, however, since Lehman’s inglorious collapse in September 2008 for the 64-year old Fuld.

Evidence the first: Since May 6, Fuld has kept his Financial Industry Regulatory Authority license at a small firm located at 45 Broadway in Lower Manhattan called Legend Securities.,,,,

....I spoke briefly to Fuld by phone at his Greenwich, Ct. house but he declined comment, citing pressing family business. Legend’s executive officers did not respond to repeated inquiries—including E-mails and voice messages at the firm....

....The firm has had three separate corporate identities since its founding in 1998 [unlike Lehman, which kept the Lehman name in one form or another since its founding in 1850.] Filings indicate that an entity called The International Monetary Group—which appears to have no operations—currently controls 99% of Legend. In turn, The International Monetary Group is two-thirds owned by a corporation called StockTrade Network with the balance controlled by Legend chief technology officer Mark Sulavka and firm president Salvatore Caruso......

....For a firm that lists five managers, Legend has a remarkably broad menu to offer the public: stocks, bonds, Ginnie Mae’s, collateralized mortgage obligations (mortgage-backed securities carved from mortgage-backed securities), private-placements, mutual funds, real estate investment trusts and municipal securities are just the begining. There is also life insurance, health insurance, 401(k) plans and tax help.....

.... It has to be: Why else would a man lend his name and honor to men whom he would not have let near his building just two short years ago?


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06/08/10 Mr. Peterffy and Keeneland Association Host Event

Dear Editor,

This past Friday evening, Keeneland Racing and Sales along with Mr. Thomas Peterffy hosted a fabulous event at his private estate in Greenwich, Connecticut. The evening was designed to introduce Mr. Peterffy’s guests to the world of Thoroughbred Racing. Guests included Lynne Wheat, Mamie and Adie von Gontard, Sheldon and Christy Cordon and Vicky Skouras. Cocktails were served in the garden followed by a seated dinner in the main living room.

I would really appreciate it if you would consider including this event in your party coverage. In addition, I can send you images upon request.

I Look forward to hearing from you soon.



Olivia Wheat
Nike Communications, Inc.
75 Broad Street - Suite 510
New York, NY 10004



Dear Ms. Wheat,

We would love to post pictures and news of this and future events.

Please send your information too.


06/08/10 Editorial: It Is Time Too Put An End To Cheating The Weakest Member's Of Greenwich Society. Let's Stand Up For The Kids Of Ham Ave



We all know that Greenwich Board Of Education Chairman Steven Anderson could careless of poor children on the West side of Greenwich once again get cheated.

Besides he had a good old time at Harborfest.

But Where Are The Hamilton Avenue School Community Leaders?

Where They Involved In Bob McIntyre's Fiasco Too!

  • Where is Laura DiBella in all this Harborfest mess?

  • Why hasn't Mina Bibeault spoken out?

  • Why isn't Barbara Riccio demanding answers?

  • Why isn't Dr. Deborah Cline calling out the individuals that partied on her children's money?

There Is Nothing More Disgusting Than To Rob A Poor Innocent Child Of The Resources That He Or She Needs To Improve Their Lot In Life

Where is Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber?

The Greenwich Time couldn't uncover who is responsible for the failure of Harborfest if you drew them a map.

Hearst Newspaper Editor David McCumber may not have the journalistic balls to cover how a bunch of Greenwich BOE insider's partied on the dime of Ham Ave children, but Greenwich Roundup does.

Concerned Hamilton Avenue parents have went to the Greenwich Time and been ignored, now they are going to the state.

Maybe after the state officials get involved and start issuing press release the clueless reporters that work for McCumber will start to their job.
It Is Time To Start Protecting The Forgotten And Innocent Children At The Bottom Of The Economic Pyramid In Greenwich.

In Other Places The Media Protects The Interests Of Children

Why Wont The HAM AVE PTA Members Fully Account For The $59,000

That Was Taken In At Harborfest?

If There Is Nothing To Hide Then Bob McIntyre Should Tell Everyone .....

Where Did The Money Go?

Who Got Paid?

Why Is There No Accounting For The Harborfest Proceeds?

Did Somebody Benefit Personalty?


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~Franklin D. Roosevelt

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