Trish Graber is a lucky reporter. She had to write stories yesterday on Steve Lonegan’s lawsuit to stop the state from borrowing to finance school construction for several of the Newhouse newspapers she works for. But life must become a little easier when two school superintendents from very different parts of the state gave Graber essentially the same quote.
From the Express-Times: “Phillipsburg acting Superintendent George Chando said he was not too concerned about the effect the lawsuit could have on the local project. He said he thinks the governor and attorney general would have thoroughly reviewed the legality of the proposal before putting it forward.”
From the Gloucester County Times and Today’s Sunbeam: In the Salem City School District, Superintendent Patrick Michel said he was not too concerned about the impact the lawsuit could have on the local project. He said believed the governor and his staff would have thoroughly reviewed the legality of the proposal before putting it forward.”