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Resignation

February 12, 2013

Dear editor: Mr. Hufnagel made the statement at one point that he was looking forward to raising his family in Warren County....

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BrookP

Feb-12-13 12:44 AM

I actually think that these are valid points. I would hope he would have to repay any moving cost reimbursements since he is voluntarily not fulfilling his contract.

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writer10

Feb-12-13 2:21 AM

My guess is, his wife refused to move here. Possibly after a couple visits and seeing how rude, ignorant, and generally uncultured the Warren area people are decided that she would not move here.

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MTOMTO

Feb-12-13 8:43 AM

"Possibly after a couple visits and seeing how rude, ignorant, and generally uncultured the Warren area people are decided that she would not move here."

More likely, she didn't want the kids to be educated in the WCSD.

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Riggle

Feb-12-13 10:58 AM

This letter nails it. I agree completely with the writer. Short, sweet, and exactly to the point, and for the District to pat this fellow on the bum and wish him well is just plain stupid.

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BrookP

Feb-12-13 11:05 AM

Oh, I have nothing against the guy. I think he's a good superintendent. However, a contract is a contract.

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commonsense

Feb-12-13 11:16 AM

We'll never know what it cost us taxcpayers. Who writes these contracts? Another example of what appears to be an incompetent decision by the BOD and Administration of this school district. Just go ahead and raise taxes to cover these well-thought out decisions.

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SpaceLady

Feb-12-13 4:17 PM

How nice of the school board to let him go with a pat on the back, how nice of the newspaper to give him a glowing write-up... It's insanity at it's finest!!! Make a mess then leave and scam us for moving expenses and whatever else yet to be uncovered! Keep it up Ms Miles!

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teacher

Feb-12-13 5:13 PM

He didn't make a mess here, he walked into a disaster area. I am disappointed that he was not true to his word. I also think that he should return the thousands of dollars he was given for moving expenses.

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st0newa11

Feb-12-13 10:21 PM

First Hufnagel, then the Pope! What's this world coming to?

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archaeo1

Feb-13-13 12:35 AM

Best superintendant in a while . This was and Im sure still is quite a disfunctional mess in Warren county .He did come in and actually accomplish something,But He should only be paid as per his contrct. Bring in the next contestant...We'll have to go find some first.

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archaeo1

Feb-13-13 12:43 AM

Writer 10, Please be more spacific..... Have you been to York in the last 10 years? Kinda like Reading....

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Kelly14

Feb-13-13 2:21 AM

Haha. "Keep it up Ms Miles." Way to pat yourself on the back Spacelady. That being said, we need to move forward and focus on finding a new Super. It would cost the district far too much to pursue legal action.

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Kelly14

Feb-13-13 2:27 AM

Spacelady, he walked into the mess. What mess did he make here? I'm sure the welcome from certain people added to his family's love of this town. But then again, some people have had their own vendetta against him for stupid reasons like supposedly being "snubbed." Hahaha

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SpaceLady

Feb-13-13 7:07 AM

You do amuse me Kelly14...if I have to define the mess for you then you are not paying attention. Low morale, less academic offerings, schools you can't afford to support in the future, hey and let's turn one of the nicer buildings we have into Central Office...shall I go on? OK, I will...laying off teachers while creating more positions at Central Office. At least I agree with you on one thing he walked into a mess...and then walked out. Good luck Warren County you're gonna need it!

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Kelly14

Feb-13-13 9:24 AM

Those who live in glass houses, shouldn't throw stones.

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MTOMTO

Feb-13-13 10:23 AM

Or live next to a bird sanctuary?

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156850

Feb-13-13 7:46 PM

It seems to me that Mr. Hufnagle was involved in some shady business and was asked to resign. I'm sure details will emerge.

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TequilaRose

Feb-15-13 1:16 AM

The mentality of the people of this county never cease to amaze me!!!! There have been more letters to the readers speak on manure in Sugar Grove than there has been on important things as Ms Miles has been trying to point out!!! Like five people getting an extra $10,000 a month because they are "assuming" Hufnagel's duties?? Exactly what are they? WAKE UP WARREN COUNTY

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SpaceLady

Feb-15-13 6:23 PM

Checked the poll results and only 5% were in support for the large pay increases... Just who does this school board represent? Not too hard to figure that out...now is it?

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teacher

Feb-20-13 7:08 PM

Just for the record, morale was low in these parts way before Huff arrived.

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