BREAKING – JUST IN: Attorney Inzelbuch accepts Board of Ed Counsel position

Despite turning down the position just days ago, Attorney Michael Inzelbuch has moments ago accepted the offer to serve as the Lakewood Board of Education Counsel.

The move comes after the Attorney said he wouldn’t take the position – the way the Board stood at the time.

Since his announcement, Iann has left the Board, and the Superintendent’s three-year contract was approved, as earlier reported on TLS.

The Lakewood Mosdos and school officials are hoping that Inzelbuch, a special education expert, will be able to turn the district around and help it climb out of the multi-million dollar deficit it finds itself in.

Since leaving the Board several years ago, Inzelbuch has successfully sued the district dozens of times.

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  1. Welcome Back Michael I. Cant wait for some real work on behalf of the students of Piners. Michael is someone who really cares about ALL kids in town from all communinities.

    • Agree, as he is paid from my tax dollars. Will he wear other hats?
      Will he be paid for these positions? Do these positions entitle Mr.Inzelbuch to be part of the NJ Pension System?

  2. Happy for Michael to get back in the groove but:
    no one except the state is going to fix the woes of Lakewood.
    The key is to work together under the current administration hand in hand

  3. Has anyone noticed that the Superintendent no longer faces the audience at meetings? It appears that she is hiding behind the Business Administrator so no one sees her. Hopefully Michael will change that. It is only right for her to look at people when they address concerns to her.

  4. $600,000 plus 29k for insurance + an hourly rate.

    The district justifies it because now that he is on their side they won’t be paying out million dollar judgments each year.

  5. @Concerned

    So if we pay you $600,000 (where’s that number from?) you’ll get back the $400M from the state? And the answer is? Nevermind.

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