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BREAKING NEWS
 
REGARDING THE IMPROPER
PARTISAN ELECTION CONDUCT
AT ATLANTIC CITY'S
RICHMOND AVENUE SCHOOL
 
SUPERINTENDENT FRED NICKLES
HAS MOVED QUICKLY TO PROPERLY
ADDRESS THIS ISSUE ...
 
But first ... let's examine the existing Atlantic City Board of Education policy as it relates to partisan political activity ...
 
AC BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY # 7510 - USE OF SCHOOL FACILITIES
 
The use of school facilities will not be granted for the advantage of any commercial or profit-making organization, partisan political activity, private social function, or any purpose that is prohibited by law.
 
The invitation to Bob Levy, a Democratic candidate for Mayor of Atlantic City clearly violated this.
 
AC BOARD OF EDUCATION POLICY # 4233 ALSO APPLIES - POLITICAL ACTIVITIES
 
The Board prohibits the use of school premises and school time for partisan political purposes.
 
Superintendent Fred Nickles has done a great job investigating this problem in a very short period of time ...
 
Here are some unanswered questions:
 
Who approved this political invitation extended to just Bob Levy to attend a Richmond Avenue school activity?
 
Did Dan Gallagher have a direct role in this? We don't know ... However we do know this ...  Upon his arrival to the event ... He saw the "uninvited" Mayor Lorenzo Langford and witnesses (Mayor Langford included) have confirmed to HarryHurley.com that Gallagher turned "3 shades of beet red."
 
This is just the latest example of The Levy campaign abusing rules and regulations for its own political gain.
 
    
 






     May 20, 2005         HarryHurley.com