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Linglestown Gazette: CD board slated to approve big-ticket employment contract

Friday, August 17, 2012

CD board slated to approve big-ticket employment contract

The big-ticket item on Monday's Central Dauphin School Board meeting is a planned vote on a four-year employment contract for Dr. Norman Miller, who was hired earlier this month as the assistant superintendent for academic operations. The meeting will be held in CD East High's lecture hall starting at 7 pm.

Miller's proposed contract gives the board an opportunity to move toward more openness by opting to give a thumbnail sketch of Miller's compensation package prior to voting. At a minimum, it would be appropriate for his annual salary to be announced to taxpayers and others who are in the audience.

When employment contracts for Superintendent Dr. Carol Johnson and Assistant Superintendent For Finance and Administration Karen McConnell were approved earlier this summer, salary information was only given to the media after the public meeting was adjourned.

I plan to attend the meeting and post a blow-by-blow account of what takes place.

To get detailed info about Monday's meeting agenda, follow the instructions below:

To view the agenda, CLICK HERE and then click on "Aug. 20, 2012 (Mon)" located in the box on the left side of the web page, and then click on "View the Agenda" in the box for the Regular Board Meeting for Aug. 20.

On the agenda page, you can click on agenda items to get details about specific issues that will be before the board Monday evening. Some items may have documents that you can download and view.

Finally, click on the CD logo on this post to go to the home page of the district's website.

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