Why Golde went on administrative leave was not
discussed... Instead, the public got the
official audit for the year ending in
Action News learned from sources that Superintendent Michael Golde's departure may be connected to the results of this audit.
Solicitor Timothy Sennett says the board's finance committee and the board as a whole have not met with auditors regarding this single audit.
He reiterated that Golde's leave was a paid leave involving personal reasons protected by law...
And any board members that comment are subject to lawsuits and liability.
The board took a vote on Golde's leave.
8 of the 9 members approved except for Mike Kobylka.
Kobylka declined to comment.
The audit reveals the general fund borrowed five million dollars from capital projects fund....
This happened a week before the board voted on the McDowell