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Letter: Questions supervisors’ ability to oversee school finances

Editor, Gazette-Journal:

It’s déjà vu all over again! In an attempt to turn very simple, intelligent, democratic, Socratic discourse into a fiery, angry vitriolic political debate, three members of the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors—(Bobby) Crewe, (Michelle) Ressler and (Gregory) Woodard—demanded that the school board report to their full board why and how they funded a $400 stipend to specific school employees—money allocated from a previous budget cycle.

Rather than merely pick up the phone and call the elected school board representative in their district, or chair Ann Burruss, these three BOS members made slanderous remarks about school board representatives and their one-time funding allocation. They also participated in a majority vote not to meet with the school board in a joint meeting to discuss the matter.

However, on Sept. 7, supervisor Carter Borden made a motion to schedule a joint meeting with the school board after me...

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