Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Starr ... surprised that the procedures “were not as tight as I assumed they were.”

Montgomery County school board members give up credit cards

...Superintendent Joshua P. Starr said after the meeting that he had been surprised that the procedures “were not as tight as I assumed they were.”
The board’s actions were “necessary and appropriate given the situation that the board’s found themselves in,” he said.

4 comments:

  1. They were not as tight
    As I assumed they were.
    Not something to take light
    Since you're in charge there.

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  2. 'The board’s actions were “necessary and appropriate given the situation that the board’s found themselves in,” he [Starr] said.'

    So Starr is saying that these changes were necessary only because the BOE members were caught misusing the credit cards. If they hadn't been caught, the changes would not have been needed.

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  3. So what about Starr's staff? What about the situation with his staff charging luxury computer bags?

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  4. Starr knows about the rules. He's the guy that charged a $35 breakfast to his hotel room in Miami.

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