I am in a panicked mood right now. The mere prospect of Herman Cain dropping out of the race for the republican nomination for president has me nervous as hell. (Read more)
First of all I want to make it clear that I have no problem with a group of folks wanting to start a charter school. I am just curious to know who are behind it all.
Was there a public meeting held asking for community input?
Do you know the names that were submitted to serve as board members? Interesting!
Will you be interested in sending your child to the charter school?
If yes, why?
The Republican Debate tonight on CNN – Another Ignant Moment In History – "Ignorance will never end. Even those with money can’t buy SENSE!!" Author: Curmilus Dancy II The Political Agitator
I listened to some of the debate in my car on XM Sirrus Radio while traveling and it was right comical.
So where is “Big Daddy Cain?” I can’t hear you! At one time that was all that I could hear. Can someone tell me have you seen him?
I guess everything runs it’s course and I just wonder has he ran his so soon. LMBO!!
Board of Education to meet Monday, Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. The Edgecombe County Board of Education will meet Monday, Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. in regular session in the Central Office Board Rooms View Agenda…
Twin County Visioning & Strategic Planning Kick-Off – Nov. 29 You are invited to the Twin County Visioning & Strategic Planning Kick-Off Nov. 29 at 5:30 p.m. in the Imperial Centre Theatre (270 Gay Street, Rocky Mount), hosted by the Edge. and Nash Co. Boards of Commissioners and the Rocky Mount City Council.
Board approves calendar changes to reflect makeup days At the Sept. 12 meeting, the Edgecombe County Board of Education approved changes made to the 2011-2012 calendar to reflect makeup days for those missed during Hurricane Irene View Calendar….
The city of Wilson will continue to have a presence on the ElectriCities Board of Directors for the next three years.
The N.C. Eastern Municipal Power Agency board voted to appoint Grant Goings, Wilson city manager, to the board. Goings will fill the seat of Mayor Bruce Rose whose second, three-year term ends in December. The NCEMPA board, which met at the Wilson Operations Center Wednesday, cast 93 votes for Goings and 38 votes for Andre Knight, Rocky Mount councilman. Goings and Knight were nominated for the seat on the ElectriCities Board of Directors, a 14-member board that oversees ElectriCities and the two public power agencies it manages, NCEMPA and the N.C. Municipal Power Agency 1. (Read more)
Response: This was right interesting. Read the following agreement between Wilson and Rocky Mount Municipalities however Wilson County didn’t vote fore Knight. Curmilus Dancy II – The Political Agitator