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Public outcry needed to stop immigration amnesty, speaker say

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.

Extension of interim superintendent’s contract likely

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 [...]

Civil rights commissioner to speak on immigration policy

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.

Bond refinancing to save school district $2 million

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.

 

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