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BoE Looking To Revise Policy Pertaining To Legal Services

December 19th, 2019 by WCBC Radio

11 months after ousting long time attorney Gary Hanna and replacing him with Mike Llewellyn- the Allegany County Board of Education is looking to revise its policy pertaining to legal services.  The 3-2 vote last January to remove Hanna in favor of Llewellyn was the first in what became a series of disagreements and clashes between the then majority board- Robert Farrell, David Bohn and Wayne Foote- against members Tammy Fraley and Deb Frank. With Foote removed from the board in October and replaced by Ed Root- revisiting the attorney situation topped the board’s agenda at this month’s regular meeting. During the session, a number of issues were raised by various board members about the proposed policy- with Root pointing to the current two year term that is used for the board attorney. He suggests it might be more appropriate to review the situation on an annual basis…


One Response to “BoE Looking To Revise Policy Pertaining To Legal Services”

  1. December 19, 2019 at 6:30 am, Beth said:

    Just imagine if all of the time, energy and resources that these adults spend arguing, could be used instead to benefit the students. They are the ones who would benefit the most. All of this continued lack of cooperation at the Board is truly embarrassing. These folks need to get their priorities in order and stop wasting tax money that should be spent on kids and teachers. All of you should be ashamed of yourselves. What a poor example for our future generations.


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