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Re: “John Tedesco

Reading this article (still) leaves me with more questions than answers about this man and his intentions! I don't know what year he relocated from New Jersey to North Carolina, I don't know when/ where he served as "Town Manager" or "City Manager" - he refers to himself using both terms. I do know that his listed employment is Vice President, Big Brothers Big Sisters, but I'm not sure if that is a local, state or national title affiliation; although, I do know that as reported by local media, Mr. Tedesco has resigned his position with that organization, which I feel may have been in part responsible in some way for many voters supporting him since, I have only recently learned, John Tedesco has no children of his own in the public (or private) school sector in Wake county or anywhere else in North Carolina or anywhere else! I feel the voters of Wake County bought the pretty package only to find it empty once opened! The next election can't get here soon enough; and at this point all we can do is plug the dam before it breaks and all the work of Mr. Tedesco's preecessors is washed away as Wake county is once again threatened with resegregation - racial, ethnic and economic!

Posted by NativeTarHeel on 04/26/2010 at 6:48 PM

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