What has not been done is insulting to the taxpayers' intelligence, paradoxical to proper management, an affront to common sense, and repugnant to the public's expectations for improved school board supervision of its employees...
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A state bill, designed to make it a criminal act to abuse or neglect vulnerable adults, will be heard on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Imagine this. After years of struggling to save North Point Government Center Park in Dundalk, it's still here to be enjoyed thanks to the wisdom of the Maryland Board of Public Works.
Kudos the residents who actively continue to question these kinds of dealings.
"Thus, contrary to expectations promoted by both the U.S. Department of Education and the Maryland State Department of Education, reductions in school removals had been accompanied by increases, rather decreases, in ratios of the rates of blacks and students with disabilities to the rates of comparison groups."
Who would have thought that this is the man who would start a culture revolution? Or at least spark one?