Friday, January 29, 2010

"Serving on school board panel could cost you money," Capital, January 29, 2010

In an editorial, the Capital reiterates some of the observations I made concerning the SBNC's January 25 meeting.  The editorial starts:
It's no secret the legislative gurus who crafted the School Board Nominating Commission three years ago left out some details.

Little things, like how the commission that vets and nominates candidates for the county Board of Education would pay for a Web site and e-mail accounts for members, where it would meet, when it would take applications and how it would make decisions.

But now this dearth has reached a new low.

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