It's been 72 days since optometrist and longtime Steven Ingersoll business associate, former Grand Traverse Academy board president and treasurer, father-in-law of Ingersoll employee Brian Lynch...(I could go on, but you get the point), Mark Noss was awarded a multi-year contract as the Grand Traverse Academy's new for-profit education management organization (EMO)--recently hatched, the-ink-was-still-wet-on-its-incorporation-papers Full Spectrum Management, LLC.
And a lot people, including Miss Fortune, are wondering why Lake Superior State University (LSSU) appears unwilling to even acknowledge the contract's existence, let alone provide a copy as they're legally required to based on a Freedom of Information Act request.
According to its charter agreement, the Academy was required to submit a copy of Full Spectrum's new contract to LSSU's Charter School Office Director, Nick Oshelski for review.
Or was it just a "secret handshake" agreement? (Ack-acka-dak, dack-dacka-ack.)
Guess I just have to wait and see what the subpoenas turn up!