It is always baffling how hard it is for people to believe the amount of corruption that surrounds us. How people who abuse the public trust and frolic at taxpayer's expense, while the good people remain silent, petrified with fear. Would it not have saved some tax dollars if this Mr. Hornsby was locked up while he was in Yonkers? Everyone knew and no one did anything except dump the garbage elsewhere. We are gluttons for punishment here in Westchester.
The Journal News reports:
"Public officials must pursue the public interest and not line their own pockets at taxpayer expense."
Read the about the charges for which Hornsby was foung guilty:
The People speak:
Many public officials and administrators abuse their power and forget what the classroom is really like. Sentencing him for six years and having him pay his dues is justice served. The taxpayer and workers especially in education should stand up to this type of misconduct. Yonkers hasn't seen the end of it.
Yonkers does not seem to have much luck with Superintendents. Here is another one, Angelo Petrone:
Liars, cheats and thieves...