The guy whom April Griffin used her board position to demote and reduce his salary because he used his free-speech rights to criticize her on his blog has filed a Professional Standards charge against April.
Go to: Hillsboard.com to read about it.
I once filed a Professional Standards charge for getting kicked out of the board room because Jennifer Falliero wanted to retaliate against me for revealing her on-school-grounds adultery.
She enlisted the help of that big Jolly Green Giant head of the gendarmes in the schools. He dutifully escorted me out and told me from his six-foot-eight height that he would call the police unless I left the premises.
How dumb can I get? I should have told him, "Go ahead, Jolly Green Giant Gendarme and Jennifer Colluder. I have never been to jail and want to go there before I die.
My ten grandchildren wouls have been wild with glee that their granny was sitting in a jail cell defending the First Amendment." And watch your own back, fella, because I am going to complain to the Elderly Abuse Council against you for menacing a helpless, harmless little old granny."
I filed a Professional Standards charge for this unfair treatment of a citizen. You know how those can rock on for years as was the case of Steve Kemp?
Well Linda Kipley shot out my response overnight. Her judgment was that I had overtalked my three minutes by seconds and failed to stop mid-clause to obey the three-minute rule for mere citizens whereas Candy can drone on all night, and the captive audience has to listen to her tiresome twaddle.
To the writer that reminded us that the board already had a Hispanic on it: Susan Valdes. So Fernandez would therefore not be the first Hispanic on the board.
Susan's only technically a Hispanic in my view. She promised me to say at least one little something each board meeting in Spanish.
Susan is a WASP wannabe in a town in which the Anglo newspapers refused to print Hispanic news so Patrick Manteiga's grandfather began La Gaceta for that purpose; in a town in which the Mystique Krewe of the sons of sharecroppers two generations removed refused to let Hispanics join the Krewe so that Latinos had to form the Krewe of Saint Iago; in a town in which the City of Tampa still has an annual celebration of the Anglo-Hispanic alliance as if the Hispanic citizens are a separate but unequal part of the community. lee
April's Professional Standards detailed here: