View: East Ramapo’s children cannot wait
That something is wrong in East Ramapo cannot be doubted. The district spent over $3 million last year on legal fees alone and budgeted the same amount to be spent this year. Board members should put aside hurt feelings and allow the state-appointed fiscal monitor to provide a data-driven, objective fiscal picture.
Re “East Ramapo monitor: Board president says state gave in to bigots,” June 14 article:
East Ramapo School Board President Yehuda Weissmandl’s comments that the appointment of a state fiscal monitor was capitulation to “bigots” is dead wrong and very unhelpful to a district that needs unity instead of divisiveness.