Wednesday, November 09, 2005

PTA officer: If county officials say Kendale project has local support, they're lying

In attempts to legitimize their shadowy effort to build the Kendale mega-school to replace Seven Locks, county officials have stated that the local community and parents want the project.

A Seven Locks PTA officer, testifying before the Montgomery County Board of Education, sets the record straight. Referring to several PTA votes condemning the county scheme, Seven Locks PTA Parliamentarian Jay M. Weinstein tells the board:

"Any statement or document that indicates that the community supports the new school is at best misleading, or at worst a simple lie."