Editor: Clayton Wilcox – what a refreshing breath of air.
Rather than circle the wagons, marshal the bureaucrats and assassinate the messenger, Clayton Wilcox opens the doors and sweeps out the garbage to clean up the recalcitrant, intractable school bus transportation department. Thanks, Mr. Wilcox.
Would that other governments behaved similarly.
But, on the other side of the empire, Steven Spratt and Susan Latvala increase top managers salaries to more than $200,000 in some cases, arguing that “We have to be competitive.”
Excuse me. Isn’t it time that government started to be the service these knights in rotted armor purport to be rather than in competition with the private sector?
Talk about skewed priorities.
Talk about unrestrained arrogance.
Too bad the fresh air from the school board can’t waft away the stench from 315 Court St.