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ToCustomer...WOW...that really helps!!! You mention that the past board can be sued for breach of fiduciary. Can the new board do this without the gm quiting or causing the district harm? I can't believe an attorney for the w/d would review/write this contract and OK it. Is there anyway to get the attorney fee's back from the board members who had this contract drawn up?
Boy...I wish I knew more about how to write up a law suit! I think they call it pro se (not sure of spelling.)
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