SRHS Retirees Protest through the Mardi Gras Holiday plus Judge Harris is on the case to stay (Updated)

And that’s not all folks as the retirees also packed the Jackson County Board of Sups meeting. The Sups voted to extend their previous agreement to continue to pension for another 120 days after the current plan extension expires next month.

Reader Submitted Photo | SHRS Retirees Protest outside the SRHS Administrative Office Complex in Gautier (2/17/15)
Reader Submitted Photo | SHRS Retirees Protest outside the SRHS Administrative Office Complex in Gautier (2/17/15)
Reader Submitted Photo | SHRS Retirees Protest outside the SRHS Administrative Office Complex in Gautier (2/17/15)
Reader Submitted Photo | SHRS Retirees Protest outside the SRHS Administrative Office Complex in Gautier (2/17/15)

And then with the recommendation of his special master in hand, Judge Harris announced he will not recuse himself from the pension cases. Given the circumstances I think the Hospital system is entering the house of pain. It will be interesting to see how far Holland and company at Team SRHS will go trying to cover for its former Board and advisors because his Rotary Club talking points blaming everything on KPMG won’t fly far on the witness stand. Stay tuned.

Update:

Thanks to a reader, Slabbed has both the special master’s report along with Chancellor Harris’ order and reasons. Click the pics below the jump to obtain the documents. Continue reading “SRHS Retirees Protest through the Mardi Gras Holiday plus Judge Harris is on the case to stay (Updated)”