Columbus School Officials Reject Treasurer's Resignation

Carvlin, Elizabeth
December 2004
Bond Buyer;12/9/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32026, p4
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The article reports that the Columbus City School District Board of Education this week refused to accept the resignation of Treasurer Jerry Buccilla, with some board members calling for an outside audit before he leaves the district. The board voted 4 to 2 at its Tuesday night meeting to reject the resignation, which Buccilla submitted after accepting a position in the private sector in Florida, Board members offered no alternative to accepting the resignation. Some board members voiced concern about an $11 million shortfall in the district's insurance fund, which they said Buccilia had not told them about.


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