NEW CASTLE —
“If we don’t have this information in the files, they get billed, and it’s up to them to rectify this or they have the problem,” he said.
“There will be an appeal procedure,” he continued. “We will give them 10 to 15 days, with payment terms. If they don’t pay, they will be turned over for collections. If we can’t resolve it there, it gets turned in to legal authorities.”
BOARD MEMBER INPUT
“Those individuals received a free education,” board member Anna Pascarella pointed out. “We provided a service and didn’t get paid for it.”
“This is a horrible embarrassment,” Dr. Marilyn K. Berkely commented. “This is disgusting.”
“I think this has to happen and it has to happen quick,” DiGiammarino said of sending out the bills. “I agree 100 percent with an appeal procedure because there may be outstanding circumstances, but if you’re here and you’re not supposed to be here, you better be paying.”