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College of DuPage: Trustee McGuire wants Breuder back, says FBI should go home –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On January 23, 2016

College of DuPage (ECWd) –

During the January 21, 2016 COD Board of Trustees meeting, Trustee Napolitano read a prepared statement on his conversations with Trustee McGuire. You can read the statement in our previous article.

Here are some of the key points he said Trustee Diane McGuire made:

  • She wants to be the Board Chairman
  • She refuses to honor DuPage State’s Attorney’s request for information
  • She wants to overrule the prior board and reinstate Breuder and pay him the $763,000
  • She would reinstate Glaser and Sypata, the finance personnel who were fired
  • She would bring back the law firms that got them into this mess of federal criminal investigations and probationary accreditation
  • She will cease cooperating with the U.S. Department of Justice
  • She knows better than the FBI and says it is time for them to go home
Watch the video below, and it becomes clear, as we have previously stated, the motives behind the Birt, McGuire, Wozniak meeting boycott is nothing more than an effort to cover up the past wrongdoing and McGuire’s personal agenda and aspirations that are creating a hardship for the college and its students, faculty, and taxpayers.
Remember this: Diane McGuire and Erin Birt are taking advantage of Joe Wonzniak and are placing their personal aspirations above their responsibilities to the public and to the college.
There is no excuse.

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5 Comments
  • Lynn - Glen Ellyn
    Posted at 10:40h, 23 January

    Need the IL college board involved asap unfortunately. How could we elect such idiots as McGuire. Such a shame and we all are paying for it now.

  • CC
    Posted at 11:07h, 23 January

    Breuder and his smt’s best chances for continued employment are at COD. Where else can they go for a job? I bet he can embarrass/ruin a lot of very important people around here if he ever decided to talk. I am thinking that McGuire’s assignment is to keep that from happening. So far the grand narcissist breuder has been appeased. That could change.

  • CC
    Posted at 11:16h, 23 January

    Oh yes, and if breuder’s bank account at COD has dried up where is he getting money from? For lawyers, living expenses, etc.? Who could it be? Some other (private or public) funds not originally intended for that purpose? Let’s follow the money.

  • The guy who thinks you need to look at whether money was being laundered through mortgages in older iterations of the College of Dysfunction
    Posted at 13:58h, 23 January

    I suspect McGuire’s goal is to keep certain people employed so that futher construction can take place. Further construction brings further contracts, more grease on the skids, more overly expensive landscaping and other “things.”

    Maybe $763K would go a long way to keeping connections and contractors in place?

  • screech0000
    Posted at 14:05h, 23 January

    The Daily Herald, always quick to tap Dianne for quotes on the problems at COD reports on the statement from Trustee Napolitano.

    http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20160122/news/160129600/

    Dianne has become the 2016 Daily Herald “Go To Girl” for quotes, leaving ex-Trustee Kim Savage far behind. Sadly, Dianne was unavailable for comments on the statement from Trustee Napolitano.

    Feel free to go to the Daily Herald article and add your own comments.

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