Will Co. (ECWd) -
According to the Tribune report linked above in the lie by now former school board president Malloy, he stated "he hadn't heard of "Superdog" until March 2015, when the teachers union held a question and answer session and one of the participants stood up to ask about a "dog-training facility."
"I had to say to the guy, 'I have to be honest, I don't know what you're talking about,'" Molloy recalled. "And if there was a dog-training facility I guess as a board member I have to own the fact that there was one and I have to apologize for the fact I didn't know it existed."
You sir, are simply unable to tell the truth to the people of your district.
As I first reported on this character, he has no business as a public official for more reasons than I can count. All you have to do is read the first article, and then this one, and it's clear, this man's resignation may be the best thing ever for Lincoln Way District 210.
How can a person claim to know nothing about the "Superdog" training facility when he is the very person who signed the contract in July of 2012 between the Park District and the School District, which specifically references the Superdog facility on page 2 of the agreement?
What other contracts has this guy signed that he knows nothing about?
Is it any wonder this school district is in the mess that it's in? All you have to do is read his boo-hoo sob story in the Tribune about how much time he volunteers in the District. For a public official to call people animals for exercising their 1st Amendment rights of addressing their government, it shows you how out of touch this guy is. He has publicly complained about how his Christmas was ruined by our first reports of malfeasance under his watch, and now he lashes out with name calling and excuses about how much 'he' does in the district. Chicago Tribune Daily Southtown
To date, he seems to fail to realize this is not about him, it's about the students, the faculty, and the Taxpayers, of which he has let them all down with his failed leadership, just as we pointed out in our very first article.
This is yet another example of failed leadership that when exposed blames others as he slithers away like a scattering cockroach when the lights come on.
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