On Friday, JCCC Trustee Benjamin Hodge filed with Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe a detailed summary of two likely violations of the Kansas Open Meetings Act at Johnson County Community College. District Attorney Howe is not required to investigate the request, but Hodge says he would be surprised if a formal review is not performed.
Here is a link to the 106-page document (PDF) that is now filed with the district attorney’s office.
At RedCounty.com, Trustee Hodge writes that included in the formal KOMA complaint is the detailed 64-item budget list that President Calaway chose to share during a closed meeting, and that Calaway claims should be considered part of his own job evaluation. Hodge writes:
I encourage readers to look at the 64 items on the list, on page 102. Is this the type of information that closely relates to Terry Calaway’s private job evaluation? I don’t think so, and neither does The Kansas City Star nor The Kansas Press Association. This is budget information, information that the Kansas Open Meetings Act requires be discussed during an open session.
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