Tuesday, May 11, 2010


The Editorial and Cooke's column in today's CN is about as strong a statement that anyone can make regarding the PSS/BOE mess.

I agree with both and have made my feelings clear in several recent posts the last yesterday (http://dpotpourri.blogspot.com/2010/05/boe-and-legality.html).

I do though question the legality of any action the BOE may take in a "Work and Study" session without proper notification that a specific action will be subject to discussion and vote. To state that "Action may be taken" does not fulfill any legal requirements.

If the members of the Board are afraid of suit when they act responsibly they do not belong on the board. If they act irresponsibly without proper notification they may then have violated the protection offered by "officers and director's insurance. I can not conceive that there is no such policy. If there isn't one and the Board is unaware that there is such protection against suits in which they have exercised good faith then they do not belong as our elected officials.

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