David E. Hudson Calls Management Agreement Unlawful

David E. Hudson called a management agreement with CSUSA “unlawful” in an article that was run in the Cherokee Tribune entitled “State school board considering 5-year charter extension.” On January 17, 2013 The Georgia Board of Education will consider a five-year extension of Cherokee Charter Academy’s charter agreement at its meeting. Mr. Hudson offered his opinion stating “There is no exception in the open meetings law that allows a closed session to go over a proposed management contract.” The board approved the management agreement with CSUSA during its November 28 teleconference meeting. The agreement was discussed in closed executive sessions, and the contract was not released for public view until a vote was taken.

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