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School Board Deliberating
Thursday, 27 January 2011

January 28--  The Montgomery County school board met in executive session for an hour-and-a-half Thursday night working on finding a new county school superintendent.

The man they thought they had hired earleir this week, Dr. Larry Daniel of Laurens County, turned down the job after receiving telephone threats.

Board chairperson Deloris James told those at Thursday night's meeting, "We want to assure Montgomery County that we will not be intimidated by those who wish to deter our children's education."

One member of the audience, Frank Brantley, told the board he was there to show his support and to give the board encouragement in the job search.

The board has set Monday night at six for another called meeting at the elementary school in Ailey.

 
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