School board closed-door meeting today

Public meeting is Tuesday when vote is expected on Fred Fox firing
Jessica Cuffman
Mar 16, 2013

So far, the fight to fire Fred Fox has cost more than $130,000 directly out-of-pocket for taxpayers in the Huron school district. 

After Tuesday's school board meeting, taxpayers may — or may not — know how much more it's going to cost them.

A school board meeting today is a closed, executive session to discuss a referee's report that recommends Fox be re-instated and the allegations made in a lawyer's report were wrong or not sustainable to justify the firing.
 
The board is expected to vote whether to reinstate Fox or let the termination stand during the open-door, public meeting on Tuesday. 
 
Want to go?
WHAT: Huron School board meeting
WHERE: McCormick Auditorium, 325 Ohio St.
WHEN: 7:30 p.m., Tuesday
 
Get a breakdown of the costs — past, present and future — to taxpayers as the decisions are made in today's edition of the Register at a newsstand near you or get home delivery or the ePaper by subscribing here.  
 
Check back here at sanduskyregister.com for live coverage and breaking news when the board makes its decision. 

Comments

underthebridge

How can they make an informed decision without the results of the OEC inquiry?

nobodyfromnowhere

That didn't stop them before.

Tsu Dho Nimh

I would hope that at least three of the board members keep that in mind.

Tsu Dho Nimh

The board of education sits executive sessionto discuss what should be done with Superintendent Fox. Wonder how long it will take StillSoldOnNobodyfromNowhere to use his bip bip bip BooBeeDoo doo powers to find out what they intend to do with the HHGuy ? The treasurer doesn't need to be part of this discussion so he'll have to depend on the Casherinis !

UgtaBkdnMe

Hey SOLD ! What happened ?

srblogger

doesnt matter what the laywer said. thats two lawyers oppinions one in favor, one opposed. meanwhile the cash cow keeps rising and huron residents blood pressure rises.

Cobbwebb12345

That meeting will not end until there is a "known" majority either way, to fire or not to fire.

That being said, and IF, there was simply a "show of hands," that will violate Ohio's Sunshine Law.

However, all of you taxpayers, who just might be in this position in the furure. Especially those three who may have (need) to make an apology to their constituants(sp?)

Should Mr. Fox be invited to the executive session? Well, that will be the only way he knows what kind of support could exist If Mr. Fox hangs around, he surely will begin, probably, his life over again. The board as a whole should be advised (mandated) to not create a civil law suit.

Been through this. Some very good and honest people, extrodinary people, have been pushed to the curb---and into the gutter.

partyboy

Limited comments

Still Sold

'So far, the fight to fire Fred Fox has cost more than $130,000 directly out-of-pocket for taxpayers in the Huron school district.

After Tuesday's school board meeting, taxpayers may — or may not — know how much more it's going to cost them.' - Sandusky Register

I think that all that needs to be said, has been..

UgtaBkdnMe

It will only cost more if Fred continues on with this circus. The testimony will show that Taiche, for whatever reason, was biased. Don't be too sure that the district's insurance won't cover the cost.