they never get their way.
Why should they have any greater access than any other citizen at a regularly scheduled meeting?
Why would they have an attorney represent them and indicate the attorney would be present at the meeting?
Why would they want to present an hour long video?
Everything was turned over to the State Department of Education. Those folks reviewed everything and found no cause for the NAACP.
Yet that was not sufficient.
How hard is it for those people, or their leader, to understand hiring practices are set in Raleigh. Failure by the county to comply completely can cause the County to lose state funding.
Got an issue, NAACP? Go to Raleigh. No other County seems to have an issue.
They declined the opportunity to present their case on WWAY. I'm certain that opportunity still exists. But no, if they can not control the presentation, setting, and outcome, they decline.
I hope the County files an action and seeks reimbursement for every dollar of expense they have put out over these frivilous and unfounded allegations.
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