Miss Fortune can report that Habermehl skipped yesterday's Grand Traverse Academy "special meeting to review financials", and is-she-isn't-she board member Danna Haba was MIA.
Guess we won't know her status until the March 2016 meeting minutes are approved and unveiled.
The meeting was called to review year-to-date financials in an apparent effort to finalized funding for the charter school's expansion. With a triple-net lease on the line, requiring monthly payments beginning at $30,000 that escalate within a year to $38,000, Mark Noss is keen to wrap up his construction cash bundle.
Noss and his management company, Full Spectrum, recently made news when the federal government filed stunning documents in Steven Ingersoll's case. In an email to the entire GTA board and Lake Superior State University charter officials, a former employee revealed Noss, who repeats "it has nothing to do with the Grand Traverse Academy" so often it's become his mantra, paid Ingersoll $12,500 a month beginning days after he assumed nominal control of the Grand Traverse Academy in March 2014.
Miss Fortune is waiting for the other shoe to drop: were those payments only part of the income stream flowing from Noss to Ingersoll?
Oh, Noss introduced yet another Full Spectrum Management accountant. So is that number 5, 6 or 7?
Ah, who's counting?
Now back to Habermehl: according to the official consent judgment, as long as he makes monthly $500 payments to First Merit bank, the worst that will happen is a state income tax garnishment and/or the filing of a property lien.
Now that's transparency!