• Paladino Sues Buffalo Board of Education

    BUFFALO, N.Y. – Buffalo Developer and former republican candidate for governor, Carl Paladino is suing the Buffalo Board of Education concerning the recent naming of Dr. Pamela Brown as district superintendent. 

    Now a judge has ordered lawyers for the Buffalo Public Schools into court next week, to answer why the appointment of Brown shouldn’t be ruled null and void, as Paladino claims.

    The lawsuit filed by Paladino, who has for years been a staunch critic of the school board and the city’s school system, basically centers around claims the board violated its own policies regarding transparency, as well as the State’s open meetings laws, in the process of appointing Dr. Brown. Read more ›

     
  • Carl Paladino on the George Jarkesy Radio Show

    The George Jarkesy Show is a nationally syndicated radio show on The Wall Street Business Network and CRN 5, which airs from 4-5 PM EST, Monday through Friday. The host, George Jarkesy, is a Republican National Committee Finance Member and commentator on Fox, Fox Business, and CNBC.  The show can also be heard live Monday through Friday on the show’s website: http://www.georgejarkesy.com.  Past shows are archived here as well, in addition to being available on Apple iTunes. Read more ›
     
  • Open letter to 222 Committeemen in Senate District 22 from Carl Paladino

    NEW YORK 6 July 2012. NYS continues down the slippery slope into the abyss. Many of the good old boy republican county chairs and legislative leaders are now complicit with Andrew Cuomo and Sheldon Silver.

    There is no opposition to keep Albany honest or check the progressive agenda.  Tom Libous, George Maziarz and Dean Skelos recently joined with Cuomo and Silver in proclaiming to the people that the legislative session was a complete success. They fixed everything that needed fixing and there was nothing left to do. Hello!!! Read more ›

     
  • Paladino sues to block school chief

    Says hiring of Brown lacked transparency

    So much for a grace period from Carl P. Paladino for incoming Buffalo School Superintendent Pamela C. Brown.

    Paladino, a harsh critic of some of her predecessors, is going to court to block her hiring.

    In court papers, the Buffalo developer says the Board of Education violated New York’s Open Meetings Law when it hired her and then agreed to pay her $800 a day as a consultant whenever she’s in Buffalo before her final contract is approved.

    “The board violated the spirit and intent behind the Open Meetings Law by discussing specifics in executive session while casting their votes in open session and permitting questions only after that vote was taken and recorded,” Paladino says in his Article 78 legal action in State Supreme Court. Read more ›

     
 
 
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