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I found the “last minute letter/interview” by the Chairman of the Bryan County Board of Education to be quite tacky and appalling. Mr. Warren and Jeff Whitten chose to use the newspaper as a political tool to support his re-election under the auspices of appreciating teachers. Interestingly enough, Mr. Warren has never put a letter in the paper before—political tactic. Mr. Warren’s entire family works for the same board he chairs. Mr. Warren qualified under Russ Carpenter at RHHS—the same organization he chairs. The US Department of Justice needs to be aware of the deceptive practices that go on in Bryan County. I wonder what other underhanded dirty deals are out there? The good ole boy network is alive and well here.


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cjohnson commented on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 23:35 PM

Appalling. I know Jeff Whitten and other than his affection for Dr. Sally Brewer and her reign over the Bryan County School system, he is a very good, responsible and honest reporter. I say this knowing that he may not be very fond of me.

As for Mr. Warren, Bryan County is very fortunate to have him. He is very dedicated to the students, teachers and parents in BC schools. Eddie is a very honorable man that does the right thing when others are to weak to stand up and do anything. Trust me, Bryan County schools need him more than he needs them. You are lucky to have him as well as Joe Pacenka (sp).

I now live and work in Washington DC and know what real corruption looks like. Can't wait to get back to Richmond Hill and back into public service.

Charlie Johnson


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