A commemoration of the 70th anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944. The program will include: 10AM – Displays and exhibits provided by the 102nd Armored Cavalry Association, Info-Age Science Learning Center, and military memorabilia collector John Egger. 10:30 AM – Entrance of official party, followed by the presentation of Colors by the Marine Academy of Science & Technology and the NJROTC Color Guard; Masters of Ceremonies Co-Directors of the Center for World War II Studies and Conflict Resolution Dr. David Bassano and Dr. Ashley Zampogna-Krug. 10:45 AM – Pledge of Allegiance, with the Hon. John Curley, Monmouth County Freeholder, followed by the national anthem performed by “Down Melody Lane.” 10:50 AM – Invocation, with the Rev. Milton Holmes, WWII veteran. 11 AM – Welcome, with NJ Assemblywoman Amy Handlin, 13th Legislative District, Monmouth County, followed by opening remarks from Dr. Maureen Murphy, President, Brookdale Community College. 11:10 AM – Guest speaker: Brig. Gen. Michael L. Cunniff, Adjutant General, NJ Dept. of Military and Veterans Affairs. 11:30 AM – Introduction of honorees and WW II veterans of the Normandy campaign, with Assemblywoman Handlin and President Murphy. 11:50 AM- Closing remarks, with Paul Zigo, Associate Professor of History, Founder and Former Director of the Center for World War II Studies and Conflict Resolution. 11:55 AM – “God Bless America” performed by “Down Melody Lane.” 12 PM – Reception sponsored by the Estate of Arthur E. Jurman, distinguished veteran of the European Theater. Co-sponsored by NJ Assemblywoman Amy Handlin and the Center for World War II Studies and Conflict Resolution Location: 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft
THE T. THOMAS FORTUNE HOUSE PROJECT PRESENTS; THE LEGACY OF T. THOMAS FORTUNE “A Window into the World of Post-Reconstruction” Saturday, June 14 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM Brookdale Community College 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft At the Warner Student Life Center, Navesink Room 216
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MIDDLETOWN – Brookdale Community College celebrated the commencement of its latest graduating class on Friday. The more than 2,000 graduates hailed from 16 different countries and accounted for 203 distinguished scholars and 42 perfect 4.0 GPAs. “…
Monday, April 28 SCIENCE MONDAY 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM Brookdale College. SLC 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft Info: 732-224-2871 Open to the public Twin Lights Rooms 1 and 2 A cash buffet begins at 6:00 p.m. and presentation begins at 6:30 p.m.
Burry on Mallet: “She’s a fraud, she a fraud, a fraud, fraud, fraud!”
Former Freeholder Amy Mallett, a Democrat, laid the blame for the Brookdale Community College scandal that lead to former college president Peter Burnham pleading to guilty to theft by deception and official misconduct earlier this week at the feet of the Monmouth GOP’s “cozy” relationship, “Club Monmouth” with the leadership of college.
In an OpEd piece published in The Asbury Park Press, Mallet took aim at Republican Freeholder Lillian Burry and her campaign treasurer, John Cantolupo who was the Brookdale Board of Trustees’ lawyer at the time Burnham’s lavish contract and spending irregularities were uncovered.
The audit into Ex- Brookdale President Peter Burnham’s spending irregularities has revealed questionable reimbursements in the amount of $48,109.75. Brookdale plans to file suit against Burnham. Burnham’s retirement funds have been frozen by the Treasury Department. The Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office is investigating. All of this according to the Asbury Park Press.
Brookdale has already spent $12,500 on the audit. Legal fees to date likely add up to several thousand dollars more, not to mention the cost of the prosecutors.
Unless there is reasonable suspicion of a great deal more of inappropriate expenditures, and there might be….an earlier APP article that is no longer on their site said construction of athletic facilities was being investigated…, the Brookdale Board of Trustees should consider settling this matter and putting the controversy in the past.
Spending more money on audits and litigation than on what was misappropriated would be stupid and wasteful. That money would be better spent on new management controls to ensure that similar misappropriations don’t occur in the future.
Brookdale College President Peter Burnham has been suspended without pay due to a review of expenses that “revealed significant expenses and reimbursements associated with the President’s Office budget that may not be directly connected to Brookdale or are contrary to Brookdale’s adopted policies governing travel, mileage, and other reimbursable expenses,” according to a news release posted on the college’s website.
Dr. William Toms, PhD, a retired State Police investigator, has been appointed Acting President of the community college.
Additionally, the Board of Trustees hire an independent auditor to investigate all expenditures made from the President’s Office budget, including all expenses and reimbursements. The audit is due by the end of March and will cost no more than $12,500.
“We are conducting a comprehensive audit of the President’s Office and will release to the public thefindings as soon as we can.This is a public institution and everyone from our Freeholders to our faculty to our taxpayers deserve answers,” said Howard Birdsall, Chairman of Brookdale’s Board of Trustees.
“Our highest obligation is to the truth and Dr. Toms is going to lead a very open and transparent process that gets us the answers we need.If something happened that shouldn’t have happened, we want to know what it was, how it happened, and how to prevent it from happening again.Dr. Toms has built an outstanding record of achievement during his career and has the perfect skill set to lead Brookdale through the challenges we face,” said Birdsall.
Freeholder John Curley first raised the issue of Burnham’s compensation and spending in a statement to MoreMonmouthMusings on February 16th.
”While I am appalled at the contract Dr. Burnham was given, I can’t help but wonder what other extravagances are in that budget,” said Curley, liaison to Brookdale. “It’s time we go through Brookdale’s budget line by line to see not just what the president is spending, but the other departments as well. A good hard look at waste in all public colleges and universities is long overdue.”