Attorney Inzelbuch tells BOE he’s not interested in the Board Attorney position

Attorney Michael Inzelbuch tells the Board of Education he’s not interested in the position of Board Attorney.

Inzelbuch was offered the position earlier this month.

During the Board of Education meeting last night, Inzelbuch told the Board he was not interested in the position because they are “unable to deliver a¬†thorough and efficient education, and due to the continued antics.”

Inzelbuch has until July 1 to submit his official final decision on the offer.

 

 

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Lakewood BOE system and board is hopeless and. Only getting worse every day.

    It will take years before they ever get out of dept or our taxes go down

    • With your spelling errors I’ll assume you’re not a Lakewood Public School graduate, John. Which dept are you referring too? Oh, you meant debt? Please, the BOE and its board are not hopeless, and neither are you. Go get a proper education. It’s not too late.

      • Max, in the first sentence that you wrote, you should have placed a comma after the word “errors.” In the second sentence that you wrote, you should have written the word “to” and not the word “too.” If you are going to criticize someone for making mistakes, you might want to make sure that what you have written does not also contain any errors.

  2. He’s not interested in the job? Why not? All year he kept saying how he wants to help and get all residents what they deserve. Now he’s being given the opportunity to be on the inside to help instead of trying to help from the outside so why exactly is he not interested in this job???

  3. The state monitor has the authority to veto the superintendent and the board. So even if the position is offered and accepted, doesn’t mean it will be acceptable to the monitor.

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