Tied votes at Lodi Unified School District board meeting stall decisions on opening new charter school, closing Clements Elementary
A split vote at Tuesday's Lodi Unified School District board meeting granted a temporary reprieve to Clements Elementary School, which was in danger of closing. No action will be taken unless the vote changes. (Dan Evans/News-Sentinel)
Posted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010 12:00 am
A split vote by the Lodi Unified School District board means a
charter school won't be allowed to open as planned, and one of the
district's oldest schools won't close.
At issue is trustee Harvey Bills' indefinite voluntary leave of
absence, which created tie votes among the board's remaining six
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 12:00 am.