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And what was on the now scrapped Eagle agenda for Wednesday's meeting? Eagle said she couldn't remember and didn't have a copy at home with her.
THERE'LL BE NO SHORTAGE of gifts to unwrap during holiday seasons to come at the home of John and Stephanie Stinn of Marietta. That's because Santa Claus this year delivered the best kind of present of all to the Stinns: an infant child. Christmas evening. He just missed arriving on his mom's birthday Dec. 26. Jack was born at Northside Hospital and weighed in at 7 pounds, 1 ounce and 20.5 inches long. He's the grandchild of retired Army Col. Ed Sonnenfeld and wife Carol, a longtime member of the Marietta Planning Commission; and of Allan and Jean Stinn of Noblesville, Ind.
and Coke exec Paul Phillips have been elected to the Pastor Nominating Committee as the church seeks a successor for the Rev. Sam Henderson, who resigned in June.
"We have a meeting on Wednesday. I don't see the rush for doing it on a Sunday when several of us are unable to attend. And I found out about it right after they were sworn in," Eagle said. "I see that the purpose for called meetings is for when there's an emergency."
Sunday's meeting will begin at 2:30 with public comment. Angelucci explained the reasoning in an e mail to several media outlets on Friday.
The chair, who has dropped the "Crowder" part of her previously hyphenated surname, was so hacked off she even called Journal reporter Kathryn Malone urgently Thursday night to vent.
Sure, the trio of new members Scott Sweeney, Kathleen Angelucci and Tim Stultz has been openly critical of the actions of the last board, which puts them opposite Eagle, who has been a rubber stamp for Superintendent Fred Sanderson. House to Republican John Boehner, despite their contentious relationship. (But maybe Eagle is just following the lead of County Commission Chairman Tim Lee, who was noticeably absent from Wednesday's swearing in of Commissioner Helen Goreham, with whom he has feuded behind the scenes.)AT ANY RATE, the new crowd on the school board is likely to waste no time in trying to undo several items the last board put in place, such as the balanced calendar and the 1 2 3 report cards. They and returning member Alison Bartlett constitute a new, "anti administration" majority on the board.
"He's a sweet baby and we are so happy he's here!" said Stephanie. "We've had at least three naps and about 500 diaper changes!"
The special meeting, she said, "would allow for the new board to have input on the agenda, as they were not included during those proceedings. A new board chair would be expected to conduct the meeting on Wednesday with an agenda having no prior background or input. meeting. Both will be in the boardroom at the Central Office.
Around Town No shows but Eagle Morgan deny boycott
(Eagle's decisions to opt out of Thursday's swearings in and Sunday's meeting prompted one wag to suggest that had those events been styled as board "retreats," Air Max 1 Og Red Eagle would surely have attended.)SANDERSON APPARENTLY told Eagle on Friday that he did not know what issues Sunday's agenda would include. District spokesman Doug Goodwin said he did not know whether the meeting would be televised, even though board policy calls for all board meetings to be televised.
"This was the wrong way to go about it," Morgan said. "Calling a meeting in the way it was done was not in the best interest in the collective of seven people Air Max One Royal
Returning elders being installed are Phil Medlin, Wilkie Shell, Tommy Smithweck, Bill Underwood and Ben Witcher. And elders Dr. Bob Harper (a Marietta dermatologist) Air Max One Ultra Moire
MONDAY WILL BE a long and busy day for Marietta's Gene Weeks and the team at Entertainment Design Group. The Austell company is producing the gubernatorial inauguration of Nathan Deal that afternoon, and two events that night: the Georgia Chamber's annual meeting and reception at the Georgia World Congress Center, and the inauguration gala at Philips Arena.
COBB SCHOOL board Chair Lynnda Eagle says she was blindsided by her colleagues Thursday night after learning that four of them have called a special meeting for Sunday afternoon to elect officers and get control of the agenda for next Wednesday's meeting.
On Friday, Morgan criticized the way the new board members called the meeting, although he insisted he was not boycotting the meeting.
Eagle was at the district offices on Thursday to prepare the agenda for next Wednesday's meeting, but did not stay for the swearings in. Rather, she said had to teach a yoga class at her home.
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But both Eagle and member David Morgan seem to be staging a boycott of tomorrow's meeting. Eagle said she would be a no show because of her grandson's birthday party. Morgan, likewise, said he would be celebrating his grandmother's 94th birthday tomorrow.
Mom Stephanie is a former business reporter for the MDJ and now does public relations for Lockheed Martin. Dad John works for Deliotte Consulting.
Then early on Tuesday, the EDG team will be back at the WCC to produce the Chamber's annual Eggs and Issues Breakfast.
ON SUNDAY, the First Presbyterian Church of Marietta will ordain a new class of elders to lead the church, consisting of Victoria Chastain (who was Marietta's first female mayor back in the 1980s), Mary Margaret Hines Doyle, lawyer Scott Gregory, west Cobb business exec Brent Law and Lockheed engineer Kirk Maassen.
Gregory and his wife, Spain, are the parents of a young son and daughter. He is the managing partner in Brock Clay.
However, two of the new elders are not as experienced in years as most people would associate with this position of leadership in the church Mrs. Doyle and Gregory. Presbyterians are sometimes humorously referred to as the "frozen chosen" because of a shared desire to conduct themselves "decently and in order" and a belief in predestination. As the old saying goes "an apple does not fall far from the tree" as both Mrs. Doyle and Gregory come from a long line of Presbyterians and family members that insist upon acting in a "decent and orderly" manner. Mrs. Doyle is married to Marietta attorney Clem Doyle of the firm Brock Clay, with whom she has two Nike Air Max 1 Safari
Weeks, 57, who was previously VP/GM at Six Flags Over Georgia, White Water and American Adventures, joined EDG in 2004. He holds the same title there.
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