Should Superintendent Have Used District Generator at Home?
What do you think about Westwood Regional Superintendent Geoffrey Zoeller's actions?
Westwood Regional Schools Superintendent drove a district truck and used a district-owned generator to power his home after Hurricane Sandy, according to a report on NorthJersey.com.
The truck and generator were both back in the district Monday, but some Westwood and Washington Township residents were upset that Zoeller was using the equipment when several schools and many area residents were without power. Zoeller left the equipment at his home while away on vacation, according to the report.
Board of Education President Carol Mountain told Patch Monday that she could not speak about the matter because it is a personnel issue, but said it may come up at the board's meeting Thursday at Westwood Regional High School.
Do you think Dr. Zoeller should have taken the truck and generator home after Hurricane Sandy? Vote and share your thoughts below.