Updated 10/04/2010 10:51 PM
Jordan-Elbridge Board of Education meets
After a meeting that lasted several hours, community members in Jordan are no closer to answers about what's going on in the Jordan-Elbridge School District. It has to do with personnel, a number of whom have been suspended or let go. Members of the public submitted a list of grievances to the board Monday night, but most of the meeting took place in executive session. Our Katie Gibas joined us from the high school with more.
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ONONDAGA COUNTY, N.Y. -- Members of the Jordan-Elbridge Board of Education met to discuss personnel changes and pending litigation. This comes after a judge ruled they illegally appointed an interim superintendent.
The meeting was open to the public Monday night and a crowd presented a statement of grievances to the board. The list calls for the resignation of the interim superintendent and the reinstatement of those who were fired or resigned because of the controversy. It also asks to fire the district's attorney.
After the statement of grievances, the board met to discuss who will fill the open positions.
Community members say they just want the problems rectified.
The board will have another public meeting this Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.