Thursday, June 15, 2017

Former Lakewood BOE Attorney Rehired

The Lakewood BOE had a special meeting last night,  on the agenda was a decision to approve a board attorney or reject all proposals and advertise a new RFP for Attorney/Legal Services. In the roller coaster of Lakewood politics former Board of Ed lawyer Michael Inzelbuch was hired to represent the district. Mr. Inzelbuch served as board attorney for 10 years and was replaced in 2012. He sued the district  representing special education students in lawsuits which resulted in  more expensive educational services. Ironically the School district at the time filed a lawsuit against Inzelbuch, in an attempt to prohibit him from suing due to a conflict of interest.

25 comments:

  1. "I don't need the job of Lakewood BOE attorney"

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    1. minute 5:20
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAMSHmivCow&t=338s

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    2. If you consider that Catapult doesn't have much use for him when he is out of power, that is a total of $400k per year minimum. I am pretty sure he can find some use for $400K

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  2. If you can't win have them join....

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  3. Does this mean Taxes will sky rocket just revisiting some of the old stuff

    Lease of BOE offices at Chemed complex
    sale of Princeton Avenue school
    $3 Million for custodial cleaning services paid to....

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  4. What's about his conflict representing SCHI.
    SCHI through their attorney is the sole cause of the BOE's bankruptcy.

    That must end now.

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    1. When did he ever represent SCHI? You seem quite conflicted yourself!

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    2. He is mis informed, he meant Catapult.

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  5. How come the re-hired Attorney was very careful not to use email or other writings? So is there is no-record of same. very interesting.

    That must change. Kapisch?

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    1. What on earth are u babbling about??

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    2. "What on earth are you babbling about?" Mr. Inzelbuch, try to be more discreet...
      "When did he ever represent SCHI? You seem quite conflicted yourself!"
      Seriously Michael... dead giveaway

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    3. You're dreaming if you thing inzelbuch has time to read this blog.

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  6. It's what the mosdos feel they need in order to not have to keep returning State funding back to Trenton due to red tape. Michael knows how to cut the tape, among other things.

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    1. That has nothing to do with it

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  7. I miss Chezky Zeitler

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    1. A blast from the past, A kid who convinced Lakewood he knew better.

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  8. Chezky zeitler is on a "positive" note for the time being.

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  9. Well, who didn't see that coming. All of a sudden Michael I. after 35 years becomes a community activist. All of a sudden, he is making daily appearances on TLS. All of a sudden he is inspired, has Daas Torah and tells everyone to vote for the VAAD.

    His cases suing the BOE must have dried up. Is he still on the Catapult Payroll? Will Catapult get their monopoly back?

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  10. This looks like its a post election move by the vaad.
    Keep a good eye.

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    1. The haughtiness is showing they are doubling down. Do they want Spruce street or Clifton Ave school

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    2. both! wait for the 100 million educational complex coming to cedarbridge as all the other campuses are "auctioned" off.

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  11. How come I never ever understand what's going on at the BOE no matter which article and comments I'm reading? Everything is so complex and possibly underhanded.

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    1. What kind of K-12 schooling did you receive? That may shed some light on your predicament..

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  12. Michael will get mosdos more money from Trenton.
    Your tuition will only keep going up regardless

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    1. And how will he do that. It is Arthur Lang who has been suing the State on behalf of Lakewood, and doing so out of his own pocket.

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