Thursday, May 8, 2014

Well, third time wasn't a charm for MPUSD trustees

Meeting three of the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District came and went, and trustees may not be closer to choosing a superintendent than they were a week ago.

How could you know, when their closed-session discussions are off-the-record?

As you probably remember, trustees have met already three times to decide whether or not they'll hire their final candidate, a mysterious woman from Southern California. They could be also discussing the contract that was put on the agenda for the public's perusal. Trustee Tim Chaney, the only board member to publicly express displeasure with the process, told me on Tuesday they were getting close to an agreement. If you missed the story, here it is.

Apparently, they didn't reach one on Wednesday, as they're scheduled to meet again on Friday. This time, they're meeting at 8:45 a.m., which means they're still hopeful they'll have something ready to include in Tuesday's regular board meeting agenda.

I think it's time to try to dig up who this mystery woman from Southern California is. She may be getting cold feet, who knows? She already sort of got jilted once, judging by conversations taking place during the first board meeting. Who knows, maybe she's thinking twice about working for this board? I really would like to know, wouldn't you?

Scuttlebutt, I need you!

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