Stillwater: News Blackout On Junker Issue
Well, back to work.
I am still seeking an answer to my question about the current mental capabilities of District 834 School Board member “Choc” Junker. As regular readers of the Stillwater Tribune know, I have already sent copies of this question to School Board Chair George Thole and to both the local papers. The Stillwater Gazette and the Stillwater Courier apparently refuse to run the question on their letters page, and Mr. Thole apparently refuses to reply. (The same question was sent to both Thole’s public email addresses.) I find their refusal to address (or even mention) this question very troubling, since the answer matters a lot to voters and families in the district.
This week I am resending the question to Thole and sending it to two other school board members—Christopher Kunze and Nancy Hoffman.
Here is a copy of the email I am sending to Thole, Kunze and Hoffman today:
Saturday, December 17, 2005
On a scale of one to ten, with “ten” representing “fully functional” and “one” representing “severely impaired,” how would you rate the current mental capabilities—including the ability to concentrate on and understand issues before the School Board—of School Board member “Choc” Junker?
Please be sure to answer the question with a number—1 to 10. If you fail to do so, I must take it that you are evading the question and would rather not answer it.
Please reply to this email address (email) at your earliest convenience.
William J. Prendergast
I will let you know if I receive any replies this time.