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Letter: School Board never should have relied on legal advice from Madison

School Board should have kept it local

10:00 PM, Oct. 23, 2013  |  Comments
School Board President Michelle Schaefer, left, and Wausau School District Superintendent Kathleen Williams, listen to Michael Fischer addresses some concerns during Monday's School Board meeting at the John Muir Middle School auditorium in Wausau.
School Board President Michelle Schaefer, left, and Wausau School District Superintendent Kathleen Williams, listen to Michael Fischer addresses some concerns during Monday's School Board meeting at the John Muir Middle School auditorium in Wausau.
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EDITOR: School Boards are supposed to lead their local schools and reflect the best of their community's values. So why did the Wausau School Board hire attorneys from Madison and expect them to reflect our Wausau values? The School Board, and by extension our superintendent, got bad advice from a stranger. Now they want to investigate how it all happened when they are the ones who set it in motion by not hiring a local law firm.

George Houghton,

Wausau

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