Isn’t this just peachy!
Rick Armon, at the Akron Beacon Journal writes yesterdaythat our favorite Ohio agency, A Child’s Waiting, is not only still IN business but suing the state for $25,000+ in damages claiming Ohio refused to live up to its end of the deal when it booted the Skank Sisters (Jennifer Marando and Crissy Kolarik).
I check ACW’s page periodically and saw that it was still in business. You’d never think that they’d been ordered out of the day-to-day operation and to stop taking new cases. Not sure if they got their new board, but I doubt it.
Armon says amongst the findings of the Ohio Jobs and Family Services:
• The agency took on three additional cases when not permitted.
• It failed to submit required monthly reports for children in its custody.
• Owners didn’t step away from daily operations as required.
”This case involves an adoption agency that is unwilling or unable to keep track of the children within its care,” state attorneys wrote in response to the injunction.
Armon interviewed me a couple weeks ago for an unrelated story that’s not up yet, and told he’d noticed when he drove by, their sign was down. I knew it was too much to expect that they’d packed up for Hell.
No word on Evelyn Bennett yet. What does it take to get your kid back?