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Schenectady school complaints got chilly reception

Raucci, Ely wrote of using position for punishment

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On one of the first hot days of June in 2008, the Fine Arts house principal reported that the air conditioning wasn’t working. High School Principal Margaret Normandin was also the person who had tracked the extremely cold temperatures in some high school classrooms the previous winter and had complained when custodians left their jobs unfinished so they could stuff envelopes to help school board members get elected. So when she called Facilities Manager Steven ...


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wmarincic
July 28, 2011
7:27 a.m.
(Comment was removed by moderator for not meeting the Daily Gazette's community standards.)
wmarincic
July 28, 2011
11:16 a.m.

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My comment above was why are others in those E-Mails not indicted?

robbump
July 28, 2011
1:44 p.m.

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Ely's current employer should know about these emails. Or the newspaper where he is.

thetruthhurtz
July 28, 2011
2:26 p.m.

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letz get to the CSEA involvment part....hopefully those were NOT e-mails hidden from the reporters eyes...I recall being asked to sign CSEA petitions ON WORK TIME by CSEA officials while a NYS employee...they don't always FOLLOW THE RULES & often timeso make them up as they go... some are stoo-pid enough to express their thoughts on e-mail....letz hope so

I can almost bet that the former commenters post that was "blocked" was most likely true......

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