Cindy Nutter wants you to believe that she is the responsible adult in this conversation regarding her job performance. Yet, a couple of days ago I posted an email exchange wherein sh admits after almost 3 years in office she still didn't know that she is both a sitting member of the Bail Bond Board and is ALSO the legal representative of the Board. Yet, I am bringing to your attention ANOTHER (and many more to come) instance where she is clearly acting improperly or outright avoiding dealing with a problem brought to her attention numerous times.
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Another email exchange where it is clear that those who do their job and rely on input from County Attorney Cindy Nutter are up a creek without a paddle...or a passenger...click "Read More" to see the email...
I am posting an obtained through a FOIA request that should continue to enlighten the public about County Attorney Cindy Nutter's own admission of her understanding of her duties. As someone who is always PUBLICLY commenting that she has had to inform everyone in the county as to what their job is or what the law is you would think that she would know what HER job is...Read the email exchange below...
Remember this email was August of 2011! Almost 3 years into the job!
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When dealing with enrollment growth, the No. 1 priority as a district is the protection of classroom sizes. Because of the deep cuts made to public education by our Legislature this last session -- more than $9 million for MISD -- we already knew our class sizes would be rising. Out of more than 130 positions that were dissolved this summer during our budget process because of the revenue cuts, roughly 80 were teaching positions. I already have given the OK to re-establish 20 teaching positions -- all at the elementary level -- to deal with this increased student enrollment. These 20 positions will place a $1.3 million impact on our budget, but I feel the academic needs of protecting classroom sizes far outweigh the financial burden. We either will maintain a balanced budget by finding cuts elsewhere throughout the school year, or I will recommend to the MISD Board of Trustees to pass a budget amendment in order to use the district's fund balance.
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