Do none of these people understand that when we write about them, their first page of results has our stories about them? And they generally don’t put them in a good light? Which should be having any future employment opportunities finding them?
Last post was that April Veracka, Financial Manager in the Hanover School District said that her boss, the Hanover School District Assistant Superintendent Robin Steiner was going to contact me:
I have forwarded your request to our Assistant Superintendent, Robin Steiner.
That was on May 21. Now, I’ve tried to be patient – to no avail. It does seem that when someone asks indelicate questions, one get no answers back at all. So I made it clear that it’s now time to NOT be nice in trying to get information back on my original request:
I am reaching out to you about Janice Starkey as I am working on a story on what she allegedly said to a parent during a PTO Zoom meeting:
“I’m interrupting you. You are not allowed to talk. People like you that have views like you are not allowed to do what you’re doing, I’ve been trained to interrupt you.“
Not hearing back from Assistant Superintendent Robin Steiner or from Financial Manager April Veracka, I finally responded back to Ms. Veracka:
—— Original Message ——
From: “Skip” <Skip@granitegrok.com>
To: “April Veracka” <email@example.com>
Sent: 6/7/2021 10:24:54 AM
Subject: Re: Janice Starkey
I take it that Assistant Superintendent, Robin Steiner, has blown me off having never heard from her? Playing hide and seek / peek-a-boo now? As was discussed during the classic movie “Roadhouse”, I’ve tried to be nice. And patient as well.
Now, as that classic movie Roadhouse brings up, it’s no longer time to be nice. It will also be fun.
Please expect a series of RSA 91-A Right To Know Demands to be forthcoming. I am sure you, as Financial Manager, will be involved.
Have a GREAT day!
So, it’s time to not ask questions politely but it IS time to invoke one of a Citizen’s most powerful tools: NH RSA 91:A (Right to Know)