"I think going forward, it should put to rest any question about the openness." -- Charlotte Nash
"If you like your plan, you can keep your plan. If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor." -- Barack Obama
She made these statements on September 25, 2013, so on September 30, I decided to file an open records request with PG PFE to obtain the emails of the 2 employees whose salaries are currently being paid by Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS), using education funds in a manner that an education auditor from Georgia Department of Audits and a Senior Assistant Attorney General have said is not in compliance with Georgia law.
In response to my open records request, the attorney for PG PFE said the 2 employees whose salaries are being paid based upon a contract between GCPS and PG PFE, do not actually work for PG PFE. That means your school district is paying PG PFE for the salaries of employees who do not even work for PG PFE. Who do these employees work for, if not the organization getting the money from GCPS? Well, according the PG PFE attorney, those 2 employees work for the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, so he said they are not subject to the open records law. Read the attorney’s response in the included PDF file.
Do you see any difference between Charlotte Nash’s claim that PG PFE is open, and Barack Obama’s claim that you can keep your insurance?
Ask Charlotte Nash to explain her claim about PG PFE being open. email@example.com
Ask Alvin Wilbanks to explain why
he is using education funds to pay PG PFE for salaries of employees who do not even
work for PG PFE. Alvin_Wilbanks@Gwinnett.k12.ga.us
Ask Chuck Warbington, the Chairman of PG PFE, why he is taking your tax money and claiming that PG PFE is open to the public while open records requests are being denied. firstname.lastname@example.org