Wednesday, November 25, 2009

School Ethics Commission

Kudos to the NJ School Ethics Commission for imposing a $500 fine against a Roxbury BOE member for filing a "frivolous" complaint against a fellow board member. 

Speaking of rejected complaints and money, I wonder if recent Republican Township Committee candidate Jim LiaBraaten ever ponied up the $7,104 the West Morris Regional High School District spent defending one of its former members against his bogus, politically inspired ethics complaint? No doubt, Darksiders will attempt to muddy the waters by bringing up the McCurdy/Harmon school ethics complaint, which ended in a similar "no probable cause" finding.  Only in this case, the Commission also issued a "heavy caution", removing any doubt McCurdy's complaint was anything but "frivolous".

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