Judge Michael Malihi of the Office of State Administrative Hearings, who recently brought the hammer down on Keith Gross (D-Where?), has now also decided enough is enough with the Clayton County School Board and has ruled Michelle Strong, Sandra Scott, Lois Baines-Hunter and Yolanda Everett should be removed for violating the state’s open meetings act and the ethics code.
“The probative evidence shows that the respondents have violated the Georgia Open Meetings Act, have violated the board’s code of ethics for board members, and have engaged in conduct unbecoming of a board member and in breach of the public trust,” Malihi wrote today in his ruling to Perdue.
Perdue is expected to make a decision today.
The cleaning of the Clayton County house continues…of course, we’re also hours away from the decision of SACS concerning accreditation. It may be too little, too late.