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Will the addition of four temporary board members from the County Board of Education settle the turmoil at SUHSD?

Yes
20%
No
80%
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sosocal Says:

Tue, May 27 2014 08:59 PM

We still need to find out what has been going on with all the bond monies--the missing $50 million from Mello-Roos, the missing $40 million from the Teacher's Retirement fund. We need to find out who has been involved with all the real estate schemes. We need to find out why these real estate schemes have been allowed to go forward when the community and the board have not given approval. There are many unanswered questions, and we need people who are willing to get the answers.


anniej Says:

Fri, May 23 2014 08:08 AM

While I will welcome the County Board of Ed I also believe that the elections later this year will do much to give the So. Bay a fresh new start.

Now, what I am waiting to hear is that Ed Brand will DEFINITELY be gone.


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