The Case of the Hidden Agendas
I'm told the agendas were delivered late Friday and were put away. The next day, their presence was not made known to staff at the Reference Desk, so the agenda seekers were turned away.
After all the suspense, it turns out there were just two items, as Maria reports. One is Dr. Steve Gallon III's contract and the other is board approval of a contract with the Plainfield Association of School Administrators.
The unfinished story of personnel changes in the top ranks will have to wait until the July business meeting.
By the way, while waiting to see whether the agendas would be available to the public, Maria and I enjoyed looking over the carts of books assigned for high school students' summer reading. Quite a few intriguing titles!
Older folks can get a lot out of summer reading, too. Maria and I both recommend "The Soprano State: New Jersey's Culture of Corruption" by reporters Bob Ingle and Sandy McClure.