To: Medford School Committee
Att: Ann Marie Cugno, Roy Belson,
Oh no, can't buck the Mayor, elected officials with no spine, no integrity, nothing of value to the residents paying them handsomely. Shame on all of them.
Watch the City Council tonight as I fight for our rights and identify what is going on at City Hall:
Riccio Takes Credithttp://tinyurl.com/ricciotakescredit
Heidi Riccio lost her job as an administrator at Greater Lawrence Technical School in June after an internal investigation found she had taken credit for a national award she never won. But it did not take her long to find a new post.
Earlier this month, Riccio was hired as the new director for Medford Vocational Technical High School.
“It was turned over to lawyers, and they advised [the school
administration] that they agreed with terminating her,” Henrick said.
Henrick had advocated for Riccio’s dismissal, and said he was pleased she was no longer working at the school.
“Good luck to her, and good luck to Medford if they’re going to hire her,” he said. “But how she got that job, I don’t know.”
By phone at 617-722-2396
Dear State Rep Balser:
I'm asking you to put pressure on State Rep Paul Donato who has participated with Medford Mayor Michael J. McGlynn to DENY access TV to the citizens of Medford while posing for a photo-op with McGlynn claiming, falsely, that they are building a new TV station*.
(*See a more recent post, the Voc-Tech has applied for one, but the public access station is - can you believe this - "on hold" again. But McGlynn pranced around like some old bar fly with a juvenile delinquent from TV3 in the "bad old days" and, quite FRANKly, we will consider throwing a party when "Allegedly Drunk old Mikey" takes his bow and gets the hook to pull him offstage. Sayonara! )
Cugno, Belson, Rumley, Donato all should be ashamed of themselves in this photo on December 19, 2014, the day after Comcast sent a new contract that City Hall hid until I pried it from them on St. Patrick's day, March 17, 2015...the
Mayor and his Solicitor figuratively kicking and screaming until they handed over the document, which outraged the City Council that evening when I handed it to them.
Donato is not honest with the citizens of Medford, nor is Rumley or the Mayor or any of these pathetic individuals wanting respect but cheating the residents out of something the residents pay for.