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Mike Forney: Petition time?

Steamboat Springs — Have these people learned nothing from the consequences of their previous actions? Now it is Denise Connelly preaching fiscal responsibility while opposing a professional search for a new superintendent – on the heels of a six-figure buyout of the previous superintendent. — Have these people learned nothing from the consequences of their previous actions? Now it is Denise Connelly preaching fiscal responsibility while opposing a professional search for a new superintendent – on the heels of a six-figure buyout of the previous superintendent.

— Have these people learned nothing from the consequences of their previous actions? Now it is Denise Connelly preaching fiscal responsibility while opposing a professional search for a new superintendent – on the heels of a six-figure buyout of the previous superintendent.

And John DeVincentis questioning what most in business would recognize as legitimate extra compensation when an employee is asked to step in and manage their job and the work of their former supervisor. This, by the way, just one more consequence of their ill-advised decision to pay off the last superintendent during one of the most demanding times for the district.

Hello, folks! Did you miss the fact that a recall petition failed despite the signatures of more than 2,000 eligible voters, because hundreds of signers put down their post office box rather than their physical address?

Did you miss the fact that the voters swept out every incumbent they could because of profound disgust with the old School Board?

Only two of the “old school” remain. Their act has not changed. Hopefully the new team members will bring some common sense to the board’s decision-making.

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Even so, perhaps it’s time for another petition.