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Clay chamber asks school board to behave

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Updated: 4/25/2013 12:32 pm

CLAY COUNTY, Fla. -- The Clay Chamber of Commerce chairman and the Board of Directors are telling the Superintendent and School Board to stop the bickering.

Chamber Chairman George Egan and his board of directors sent a letter to the board today saying the fighting is hurting the business community.

At last week's school board meeting, the board and superintendent Charlie Van Zant bickered about a change the board made in a district job description.

Van Zant says he's taking them to court, which could cost taxpayers $100,000 in legal fees.


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