(Hours 1a,b,c,2a,b) Rich kicked off the morning with an interview with Timberlane Regional School District’s School Board member Donna Green. Donna talked about last night’s meeting. She shared about a letter that she was reading and how she was censored from public comment. She talked about a profound problem in her district. She shared about her request for the disclosure of legal documentation. She talked about an abuse of power and authority.
(Hour 1b) We continued with Donna Green. Rich asked her about the budget in the Timberlane Regional School District. They discussed a shocking increase in spending and decrease in students. Donna commented on some of the differences between her school board and the Manchester School Board. She talked about audits within the SAU board and a Capital Improvement Plan.
(Hour 1c) Donna told us about grants within the Timberlane Regional School District. She told of the policy committee. She talked to us about the Sandown Withdrawal Initiative. For more information click here.
(Hour 2a) “What Donna Green is going through in the Timberlane Regional School District is criminal,” Rich told us after Donna’s departure. He brought up a number of similar issues and displayed his displeasure over the public’s decision to turn a blind eye to the injustice that is being displayed within local government. He commented on the recent situation in Hampstead with Jorge Mesa-Tejada.
(Hour 2b) Rich started the segment by telling his listeners that if you don’t like what’s going on in your town or city either run or get involved. He talked about misuse of power and flagrant conflicts of interest within local government. He brought up the backlash that is common when going against the corrupt, but pointed out the necessity of doing so regardless of the threat.
For the people who attended or watched the school board meeting would have a much different take on what Donna preaches. She’s clearly mentally unstable and folks in town I feel are starting completely frustrated with how she conducts herself. The majority of Sandown doesn’t want to leave the school district and we’ve come together many times to vote down anything that favors withdrawal.