Marsee caused this problem and now the people who stood up to him are paying the price. The idiots Marsee left behind in the Business Office made the problem even worse by 1) not doing their job 2) not reversing Marsee's approach. Those idiots will stay employed. Don't forget that the Board of Trustees have allowed all this to go down without even questioning the actions. They continue to rubber stamp everything that they receive.
Next year VOTE for new TRUSTEES! Their terms are up! (so should their perks)
How about via UPS using a thermal box.
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Let's get this guy some pizza!
Blah, blah, blah, blah!
WalMart is here now so deal with it! Don't shop there if you don't want to, but leave everyone else who does alone. Go shop at the other corporations that you do support. It's here now and let people be. Don't you have anything better to do?
Pure BS. I guess that's what it takes to have folks read the paper now. I thought this paper was taking steps forward, now it's taken a step back. why not wait until Walmart is here then let consumers decide where they'd prefer to shop.
It doesn't matter who CR hires as president. As long as those board of trustees are still running the school it will not improve. Impeach the board and elect a whole new group who will be more accountable.
Thanks for the post Kevin! It seems clear that they want to ensure CR keeps moving forward. But what about those board members. Should we let them off the hook? They are the ones who hire all the idiots that allow CR to go downward or get on the brink of bankruptcy. Seems they should be held accountable for all this mess.
Yah! More homes for the transients. put some bathrooms in while you are at it.
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Oct 20, 2016
vol XXVII issue 42
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