Documents from March, 2016, newly obtained by NJ Advance Media, cast further doubt on the idea that ex-Ramsey BOE president Tony Gasparovich was able to separate his role as a player’s father from his role on the school board.
On June 6, then-BOE president Tony Gasparovich resigned his presidency amid allegations that he had the Ramsey hockey coach fired for not playing his son enough. When he resigned, he called for an ethics investigation into his own conduct, adamant that he had used no improper influence as board president.
The emails, however, some of which were obtained through a public records …read more
Source: NJ.com Bergen