Roger Good

Roger Good 3 years, 3 months ago on Election Guide 2013: Roger Good

A number of people have voted ”I don’t know” in this race Please email me with questions, comments or concerns and I will attempt to provide answers.



Roger Good 3 years, 3 months ago on Our View: Vote ‘yes’ on Referendum 3A

As one of four candidates for school board this fall, you need look no farther than the upcoming election to understand the issue. District’s 1,2, and 3 all have open seats during this election.

As voters you currently only have choices for two of those seats.

As it stands with today’s geographic boundaries, voters will not have a significant voice in one of the three open seats because by state statute the School Board is then required to appoint a person to the 3rd seat.

Our system of governance is dependent on voters being given choices and voting for who they believe is the best candidate.

Historically there have been far too many school board races where candidates ran unopposed or were simply appointed.

Referendum 3A should be supported simply to allow voters better opportunities for choices in all future school board elections.

Please vote Yes on 3A.


Roger Good 7 years, 1 month ago on BOCES retains Toothaker as executive director

If the executive director is not responsible for the "gross mismanagement" of the budget, then it is time to look to the board of directors. How do we clean that house


Roger Good 7 years, 2 months ago on Hermacinski says record speaks for itself

Stevie Stevie Stevie read your 11:12AM post you said "the two men who stood against development"

that sounds like no growth, unless growth without development is the plan, explain to those of us who are not as enlightned how standing against development is not no growth, and how growth without development works


Roger Good 7 years, 2 months ago on Hermacinski says record speaks for itself

And now the truth is told,not smart growth

two men who stood against development

a lot like your group has said all along no growth