On The Amount Powell Has Cost MoCo Front…

$32.40 on January 15 for a trip to Lexington for the KEDC and CKEC monthly meetings. The claimed breakdown:

  • 72 miles @ $0.45 per mile = 32.40

At the CKEC meeting, he got lunch and heard reports from EPSB, the American Heart Association and various CKEC honchos.

$165.05 from January 31 to February 2 for the KSBA Annual Conference in Louisville. The claimed breakdown:

  • 218 miles @ $0.45 per mile = $98.10
  • Saturday per diem: $22
  • Sunday per diem: $15
  • Parking: $24
  • Wi Fi Access: $5.95

$609.60 on April 23 for travel to the ASCD Conference in Los Angeles. The claimed breakdown:

  • 218 miles @ $.045 per mile = $98.10
  • Airport parking at CVT: $50
  • Per diem total: $461.50

His illegally hired wife also costs the district a pretty penny.

Some of her fun:

$367.08 on June 25 just for mileage. The claimed breakdown:

  • WHAS Crusade for Children in Louisville on April 22 – 218 miles @ $0.46 per mile: 100.28
  • KHSA Conference in Louisville on April 29 – 218 miles @ $0.46 per mile: 100.28
  • KHSA Conference in Louisville on April 30 – 218 miles @ $0.46 per mile: 100.28
  • KSBA law update training on May 8 in Lexington – 72 miles @ $0.46 per mile: $33.12
  • KSBA law update training on May 9 in Lexington – 72 miles @ $0.46 per mile: $33.12

She also cost the district another $350 for her registration fee for the law update

But what really takes the cake?

Just take a look at the invoice and calendar entry for yourself:


CLICK TO ENLARGE BOTH

That’s right.

Montgomery County taxpayers spent $169.20 for Joshua Powell to drive to Bowling Green to meet with his private personal attorney in late March.

No wonder board chair Kenney Gulley is terrified to discuss this matter before the public. It’s costing the district an arm and a leg on top of the monstrous legal bills.

You can expect some of these matters to be brought up at tonight’s meeting:


TONIGHT’S AGENDA

Folks in the audience aren’t permitted to speak at special meetings but board members can. Maybe someone will get brave and finally discuss what needs to be discussed?

Maybe there’ll be fireworks.