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He must serve at least two years behind bars before he can be eligible for parole.Authorities say the gym teacher and student had sexual relations at least twice between November 2016 and January 2017, and also exchanged hundreds of electronic communications.Healy and a subsequent probe into how that matter became public has surpassed ,000, according to records obtained by the Asbury Park Press. Previously, the firm billed taxpayers ,442 for the months of July and August for its work on the investigations — which has included the hiring of private investigators to find the source of unauthorized "leaks" to local media.The sexual harassment inquiry was spurred by a complaint from a district guidance counselor. 18 board meeting, the four Republican board members on the nine-member panel — Dan Leonard, Joe Nardini, Robert Onofrietti Jr.and Christopher Raimann — voted not to pay the firm's legal bills related to the investigation.The board's Democratic majority voted to authorize the payment without GOP help.Board President Ben Giovine, who voted to pay the bills, said at the time of the vote that it was his understanding that some of the members felt the firm had exceeded the spending cap set by the board — although he did not disclose the cap.Based on what the board attorney told the entire panel in executive session that night, the cap had not been exceeded, Giovine said."We'll get a straight answer on this," Giovine said.

The complaint — first reported by the Press on July 18 — came from NJEA lawyer Steven R.

Onofrietti said Thursday that he was "appalled at the amount of time and money being spent on this project," which he noted remained open-ended."The reason I (voted no) was that the billing that pertains to this 'investigation' into the leaks went outside of what was described to me and the dollar amount billed was about 2.5 times higher than what was asked for when it was presented," Onofrietti said."If the scope of the project was becoming larger than anticipated, I would have expected the board attorney to ask the board for new parameters in which to work under. Leonard said the amount the district had spent on legal fees over the past several months was indeed "troubling.""While I agree that the leaker or leakers should be stopped, the board was told that the estimated cost of an investigative inquiry into this matter would cost no more than

The complaint — first reported by the Press on July 18 — came from NJEA lawyer Steven R.

Onofrietti said Thursday that he was "appalled at the amount of time and money being spent on this project," which he noted remained open-ended."The reason I (voted no) was that the billing that pertains to this 'investigation' into the leaks went outside of what was described to me and the dollar amount billed was about 2.5 times higher than what was asked for when it was presented," Onofrietti said."If the scope of the project was becoming larger than anticipated, I would have expected the board attorney to ask the board for new parameters in which to work under. Leonard said the amount the district had spent on legal fees over the past several months was indeed "troubling.""While I agree that the leaker or leakers should be stopped, the board was told that the estimated cost of an investigative inquiry into this matter would cost no more than $1,500," Leonard said.

"You may want to ask board President Giovine why the number has far exceeded the initial estimate; an expenditure this board never officially voted on."Leonard said it was his own opinion that the public would be left with more questions than answers after the investigation into "the leaks" was concluded."Someone is financially benefitting from these investigations and it sure isn’t the students, staff or taxpayers of the Toms River Regional School District," Leonard said. 18 meeting, Giovine and school board attorney Melanie Szuba Appleby made a full-throated defense of the "leaks" investigation — emphasizing the need to guarantee the privacy protections of all school employees and students alike "It's a private matter ...

9, two days after the panel met in closed session to authorize its attorney to conduct an investigation into "leaks" in New Jersey's fifth-largest school district.

TOMS RIVER - The cost of a sexual harassment investigation into Superintendent of Schools David M. 25, the most recent invoices available, the law firm of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, LLC of Toms River billed the district $4,640 for the work associated with the two investigations, according to invoices requested under the state's Open Public Records Act.

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The complaint — first reported by the Press on July 18 — came from NJEA lawyer Steven R.Onofrietti said Thursday that he was "appalled at the amount of time and money being spent on this project," which he noted remained open-ended."The reason I (voted no) was that the billing that pertains to this 'investigation' into the leaks went outside of what was described to me and the dollar amount billed was about 2.5 times higher than what was asked for when it was presented," Onofrietti said."If the scope of the project was becoming larger than anticipated, I would have expected the board attorney to ask the board for new parameters in which to work under. Leonard said the amount the district had spent on legal fees over the past several months was indeed "troubling.""While I agree that the leaker or leakers should be stopped, the board was told that the estimated cost of an investigative inquiry into this matter would cost no more than $1,500," Leonard said."You may want to ask board President Giovine why the number has far exceeded the initial estimate; an expenditure this board never officially voted on."Leonard said it was his own opinion that the public would be left with more questions than answers after the investigation into "the leaks" was concluded."Someone is financially benefitting from these investigations and it sure isn’t the students, staff or taxpayers of the Toms River Regional School District," Leonard said. 18 meeting, Giovine and school board attorney Melanie Szuba Appleby made a full-throated defense of the "leaks" investigation — emphasizing the need to guarantee the privacy protections of all school employees and students alike "It's a private matter ... 9, two days after the panel met in closed session to authorize its attorney to conduct an investigation into "leaks" in New Jersey's fifth-largest school district.TOMS RIVER - The cost of a sexual harassment investigation into Superintendent of Schools David M. 25, the most recent invoices available, the law firm of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, LLC of Toms River billed the district $4,640 for the work associated with the two investigations, according to invoices requested under the state's Open Public Records Act.Hosted by the amazing Karen Cowderoy, women come together every Wednesday morning to get creative!

,500," Leonard said.

"You may want to ask board President Giovine why the number has far exceeded the initial estimate; an expenditure this board never officially voted on."Leonard said it was his own opinion that the public would be left with more questions than answers after the investigation into "the leaks" was concluded."Someone is financially benefitting from these investigations and it sure isn’t the students, staff or taxpayers of the Toms River Regional School District," Leonard said. 18 meeting, Giovine and school board attorney Melanie Szuba Appleby made a full-throated defense of the "leaks" investigation — emphasizing the need to guarantee the privacy protections of all school employees and students alike "It's a private matter ...

9, two days after the panel met in closed session to authorize its attorney to conduct an investigation into "leaks" in New Jersey's fifth-largest school district.

TOMS RIVER - The cost of a sexual harassment investigation into Superintendent of Schools David M. 25, the most recent invoices available, the law firm of Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks, LLC of Toms River billed the district ,640 for the work associated with the two investigations, according to invoices requested under the state's Open Public Records Act.

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