Joe and Brian discuss Lakeland Community College and other issues of the day.
Lakeland Community College
The two new Board members, supported by Senator Jerry Cirino and approved by Governor DeWine, voted for the employment contract.
What are the Lake County taxpayers getting for $19 million in property taxes per year?
Brian Massie, Citizen Journalist The Alliance for Working Together Foundation received some well earned accolades from the Lake County Commissioners at the November 17, 2022 meeting. Congratulations to Mr. Roger Sustar and Ms. Alyson (Sustar) Scott of Fredon Corporation for… Read More ›
You can contact State Senator Jerry Cirino, and state your opinion on the two open positions for Lakeland Community College Board of Trustees.
Lakeland Board of Trustees do not believe in transparency. They should all be replaced!
LFC Comments: We received the following information from Lakeland Community College’s Office Manager. ***** Good afternoon, In accordance with ORC 121.22, this serves as notification that the Lake County Community College District Board of Trustees will hold a Special Meeting… Read More ›
When we first heard about the new contract proposal for Morris Beverage, President of Lakeland Community College, we thought it could not be true. However, our multiple sources assured us that it was true, so we thought that we should speak to the Lake County Commissioners and ask for their help in confirming the numbers.
Lakeland Community College settled out of court, without admitting any wrongdoing, for $350,000.
We asked each Commissioner if they will be endorsing the Lakeland Community College renewal property tax levy.
Lakeland Community College wants taxpayers to renew their 1.5 mill levy.
[LFC Comments: We received the following from a Lake County lobbyist that keeps us informed about Lakeland Community College. We are not sure how the CoVid-19 issue is impacting the college enrollment, but these pictures indicate that they may be… Read More ›
(LFC Comments: Morris Beverage of Lakeland Community College tells their employees about enrollment at LCC. Summer 2020 enrollment is down 48%, and the fall enrollment is down 41%. The State of Ohio cut their funding by $800,000 for the fiscal… Read More ›
(LFC Comments: Thanks to a Kirtland Lobbyist for this email from Morris Beverage to the Lakeland employees. We wonder if the idea of the dorms are now permanently shelved? We wonder how many Vice-Presidents will be furloughed, and will Morris… Read More ›
(LFC Comments: Thanks to one of our many Kirtland lobbyists for this depressing news about the enrollment at Lakeland Community College. Wow, their enrollment is dropping faster than the support for Joe Biden and Lake County’s “He who shall not… Read More ›
(LFC Comments: One of our roles is to provide a forum for the Lake County taxpayers to express their concerns, frustrations and objections to the lies, deceptions and betrayals by the politicians and bureaucrats that act in their own self-interest… Read More ›
Lakeland Community College has requested the renewal of Dr. Kathleen T. Malec’s appointment to the Lakeland Community College Board of Directors. Her current term expires March 6, 2020. We thank Dr. Malec for her twenty years of service to the… Read More ›
For Lake County to flourish economically in the future, there must be a concerted effort by business and local governmental entities working in concert to provide the citizens the training that will surely be needed in the future. An aging… Read More ›
(LFC Comments: We received the following article from a Lake County lobbyist. We want to be sure that the “movers and shakers” at Lakeland Community College read it so that they can understand how a community college is supposed to… Read More ›
(LC Comments: We have been discussing the challenges facing the Lake County manufacturers, and it is obvious that finding qualified individuals is a huge challenge. The manufacturers are willing to work with local colleges to establish the training needed to… Read More ›
Lakeland Community College spent $68 million on a Health Technology Center. They have a state of the art training facility for nurses of all disciplines. We just discovered that the Willoughby – Eastlake school district has a LPN nursing program… Read More ›
Lakeland Community College is spinning the “good news”….blaming a good economy for their drop in enrollment. We wonder if the passengers rearranging the chairs on the deck of the Titanic said: “At least the music was good”? https://www.news-herald.com/news/cuyahoga-county/college-enrollment-numbers-from-tri-c-lakeland-lake-erie-largely/article_05386a68-018f-11ea-a10b-47009707ac75.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=email&utm_campaign=user-share Just in… Read More ›