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The Barrington Board of Education will privately discuss items involving personnel and potential litigation, according to the agenda posted this morning for the board’s special action meeting this evening.
The public portion of the agenda calls for two transfers of $200,000 into the district’s Tuition Reserve account and Capital Reserve account.
At that time, the board is scheduled to enter executive session away from the public.
The agenda notes that “the Board of Education may return to open session to conduct business at the conclusion of the executive session.” Similarly, the initial notice of this special action meeting posted on the district website states “formal action may occur at this meeting.”
The mention of “potential litigation” also appeared as a matter for discussion on the board’s June 11 agenda, and the possibility of litigation was mentioned during the public portion of a board meeting in connection with the recent resignation of Woodland School Principal Mort Argoe.
RELATED COVERAGE FROM THE BARRINGTON BULLETIN:
– May 23: “Principal Argoe resignation accepted“
As noted previously on the Bulletin, the author of this blog, Mark Correa, is running for a position on the school board this fall. As always, I invite any of the other candidates to contact me if they would like to discuss any issues or use this blog to state their positions.