Friday, March 03, 2006

Cox again questions capability of Inspector General

Montgomery County School Board Vice President Sharon Cox continues to heap abuse on Inspector Thomas Dagley.

Continuing the school board's campaign of vilification of the IG over the Seven Locks/Kendale scandal, Cox repeats a theme begun publicly by County Councilman Michael Subin. In her attack, Cox again implies that Seven Locks parents who oppose the demolition of their childrens' school are interested only in their property values.

"The inspector general is being used by persons in the community who are unhappy with the decision and are trying to get at pursuing the interests of property over the interests of children," Cox says in the Washington Times.