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  1. This site is dedicated to advocating for open government and accountablity in our public schools

    • Good day.

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    • Kilroy: I would like your phone and/or email please. Rick Jensen WDEL rick@wdel.com 302-478-2700 x170

    • Kilroy, Could I get an email address for you. There is some information I would like to share with you that I am unsure of about publicly posted. However, it is information that I believe you should be aware of. Thanks.

    • Anon2 you can E-mail me at kilroywashere@comcast.net

    • You have followed very closely the question whether Fisker would end up avoiding paying its Red Clay school taxes for the Boxwood Rd. plant. Now that Fisker has filed for bankruptcy, do you have any further insights into whether Red Clay or NCC is pursuing that money and in particular whether school taxes might have first payment priority as a secured tax liability? Fisker seems to have listed NCC as an “unsecured creditor” for “property taxes.” I am not a tax or bankruptcy lawyer, but I always thought that school taxes held a “lien” on the taxed property dating to the date of levy of the tax. Perhaps as a secured claim, Red Clay would have a higher ranking in payment if the property is kept by Fisker , or if it is sold to a 3d party. Maybe you could seek answers in your blog from those with much more knowledge of bankruptcy law whether Red Clay is actively pursuing its claim in bankruptcy and whether it has considered whether it might be able to move its $1 million claim up and get payment. I would hate to see it simply be assumed that Red Clay’s falls into the hell hole with other unsecured creditors with no payment forthcoming.

      Gary Myers
      Rehoboth Beach, DE
      <garyamyers@yahoo.com

  2. The TFA recruits are in boot camp….these are their blogs: http://teachfor.us/allblogs.php

    a lot of stuff here….

  3. I would like to get your email address as I send out updates on the reforms our Coalition is supporting in both our state Executive and Legislative branches.
    Thanks.

  4. Is this working?

  5. Contact: Dan Cole, Deputy Campaign Manager, 302.750.5713 Campaign@EzraTemko.com

    Temko To Formally Announce Candidacy

    Youngest Elected Official in Delaware seeks re-election to city council Ezra Temko, 24, will formally announce his candidacy on Saturday, December 12, thus kicking off his re-election campaign to continue to represent the Fifth District on Newark City Council. The event will begin at 3:30 pm and will end around 5:00 pm. It will be held at Councilman Temko’s home (42 Lynn Drive, Fairfield Crest; Newark, DE 19711).

    This announcement will kick off Temko’s second campaign for city council. Just as his first campaign was truly grassroots, this campaign will continue what Temko started. His campaign will be the start of a conversation with constituents about what he can do for the Newark community if elected to a second term. Temko will be visiting his constituents door-to-door over the next few months to get their feedback and ideas.

  6. Temko is running on the same platform of Committed to Community, focusing on three main issues: community vitality, environmental sustainability, and good governance. Temko’s first term was full of successes; his leadership ranged from starting the West Newark Civic League with Councilman Pomeroy to helping establish the first traffic calming committee in the city’s history. Temko’s work led to the establishment of the Newark Fellows Program, a Conservation Advancement Program, and a Citizens Academy. In his second term, Temko will continue to work hard at effecting positive change for Newark and bringing a fresh perspective to the city council.

    Temko is currently working as a 6th grade teacher at Prestige Academy in Wilmington, Delaware as part of the AmeriCorps program Teach for America. Temko is a Newark native and grew up in the Fifth District.

  7. I would like to speak with you to give you some information.

  8. Every school day nearly 7,000 students dropout out of high school – that’s about 1 in 3 students in the United States. The majority of these students have the desire and potential to graduate. In many cases, a sense of disengagement from their school and community and a lack of support lead a student to eventually dropout.

    The BoostUp campaign’s goal is to provide resources for parents, educators and friends to help at-risk students in our communities make it to graduation. A Boost can be as simple as a few words of encouragement or it can be giving time and volunteer hours to your community. BoostUp wants all students to receive encouragement, and we want all community members to know their support can go a long way to help keep a student in school and on the path to graduation.

    This Thursday, October 14th, the BoostUp campaign will launch a live Q&A event featuring former profiled BoostUp students to celebrate boosting a student in your community. On October 14, we will have past BoostUp students live for you to chat with. These students were all very at-risk of dropping out but through the boosts (support) they received, not only made it through to graduation, but in some cases continued on to college. During this event, you will have access to ask one-on-one questions directly to these students who were involved with the BoostUp campaign and hear from them about the power of boosting students and how life has changed since graduation. They have a lot of positive experiences to share and are excited to answer your questions!

  9. Sweet post. I really enjoy reading this blog. Keep up the good work.

  10. dear Mr or Ms Kilroy:
    Have you looked into what is happening with the Early Learning Challenge grant, the “baby” race to the top?

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