Obviously, it shows mismanagement on the part of Superintendent Katy Graves. Why didn’t the former administrator leave things in a way anyone could look at it and be confident of the facts and figures? Is this person now being paid to fix a project she left in disarray? Shouldn’t the state conduct an audit of this project?
Rumor has it that Katy Graves plans to retire in January and then hopes to become interim superintendent. In light of last week’s editorial, how can that prospect be given serious consideration?
Carol GloningerSag Harbor
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