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Thursday, July 16, 2009

Toledo, Ohio: Old Orchard Neighborhood versus Glass City Academy Charter School

Back on May 13, 2009, I authored the Roland Hansen Commentary Glass City Academy: Charter School Uproar in Toledo, Ohio.

Some pea-brained, anonymous, gutless, coward, flaming troll using the pseudonym of Kenwoodrocket made a few accusations toward me trying to divert and hijack the topic of my commentary. If you had not read that commentary and the exchange brought about by it or if you do not recall it, I suggest you now click on over to read Glass City Academy: Charter School Uproar in Toledo, Ohio.

Here we are two months later, and the Old Orchard dissidents are still unhappy. If you may recall, some of the folks in the Old Orchard neighborhood of Toledo, Ohio said all they "wanted ... was simply due process" and that they wanted to be heard.

Well, they were heard - and heard again.

Toledo City Councilman Tom Waniewski held a public meeting with the Old Orchard residents that excluded representatives of Glass City Academy, and politician Waniewski even "... introduced an ordinance to 'strongly urge' the Toledo Plan Commission to strip Glass City Academy of its ability to relocate ..." (The Blade, May 21, 2009)

Then, there was the June 15, 2009 decision of the Toledo Board of Zoning Appeals that denied the appeal of the group from Old Orchard. (The Blade, June 16, 2009)

Flash forward to the present day.
The Old Orchard malcontents are at it again. This time, the malcontent dissidents are taking their crusade to the courts, as you may read in the July 15, 2009 Blade article Residents sue to stop school in ex-synagogue.

A question for Kenwoodrocket and others like Kenwoodrocket:
Can you define classism?

1 comment:

Hooda Thunkit (Dave Zawodny) said...


Apparently those "interests" aren't interested in healthy discourse or they would have posted here by now.

Go figure. . .