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U.S. immigration policy has gone from “idiotic to insane to dangerous,” according to Peter Kirsanow, a member of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Kirsanow was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Westshore Republicans Thursday at Westlake Porter Public Library.
By Kevin Kelley Westlake The contract of Interim Superintendent Geoff Palmer will likely be extended for a year, Westlake City Schools Board of Education Vice President Tony Falcone said. Formerly the superintendent of the West Geauga Local Schools, Palmer was hired by the board on a one-year contract that began Aug. 1. Palmer succeeded Dan [...]
A partner with the Cleveland-based Benesch Attorneys at Law firm, Peter Kirsanow’s legal practice focuses on representing management in employment-related litigation and contract negotiations. He was appointed to the Commission on Civil Rights for two six-year terms by President George W. Bush and a third term by Speaker of the House John Boehner.
Mark Pepera, the district’s treasurer, said he took advantage of historically low interest rates and the district’s AA+ credit rating from Standard & Poor’s to refund the district’s Build America Bonds. Along with saving interest costs, the move also eliminates any reliance on the federal government for subsidies.