Fred Fox gets first opportunity in front of board
Sandusky Register Staff
Mar 19, 2013 at 11:58 AM
UPDATED WITH VIDEO Embattled Huron Schools superintendent Fred Fox got his first opportunity to respond publicly to allegations of misconduct leveled at him by a law firm that was hired by the school board.
Fox attended the board meeting Thursday evening to respond to allegations of impropriety, although it was his attorney, Patrick Murray, who addressed the board.
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Said Murray: The allegations against Fox are ambiguous and ridiculous.
“What rule did he disobey?” Murray asked the board. “We’ve been asking that question, to no avail.”
About 100 people attended the meeting. The school board ultimately voted 3-2 to continue with termination proceedings against Fox. The vote included a measure to stop paying Fox his salary, pending the eventual outcome of the proceedings.
To read more about what Murray had to say, pick up Friday's Register.