Letter: Incorrect information in Weese letterIt appears that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword. Mr. Curt Weese was so wounded by my plea to cease the malicious personal attacks, that he responded with, what else ... an all-out personal assault against me!
By: Mark Kaisersatt, Hudson , Hudson Star-Observer
It appears that the pen is indeed mightier than the sword. Mr. Curt Weese was so wounded by my plea to cease the malicious personal attacks, that he responded with, what else ... an all-out personal assault against me! Is anyone surprised?
He incorrectly states in his letter that I am frustrated with taxpayers asking for accountability. Not at all. Perhaps Mr. Weese can find someone to read my letter to him again. In fact I stated that debating the merits of the dog track are welcome. It is the vicious character assassination that some members of our community find necessary to make their point that I find so objectionable.
Intelligent and reasonable people can disagree. And certainly everyone is entitled to their own opinion. What one is not entitled to however, is their own set of facts. There is not a severe mold contamination issue at the dog track. If Mr. Weese or Mr. Windolff have evidence of this, they should bring it forward at the next school board meeting or mail to me directly.
The anger and antics of Mr. Weese and company (the “anti-education vocal minority”) his words not mine, would be comically entertaining but for the havoc they wreak on the time and limited resources of the Hudson School District. This is a disservice to taxpayers and our students.
And finally, Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten works for the school board. The policies, direction and actions of the district all start and stop with the board. Please direct your criticism to the school board. The buck stops here.
Mark Kaisersatt, Hudson
School Board member