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14- March 22, 2012 Franklin said that he had a problem with any of the board members trying to limit what it was necessary for Fohl to do in the work assigned to her. "If we as a board - or a majority of the board - ask for something, that's what we expect, and it doesn't make any differ- ence what it is. If it's the fight thing to do, and it's in the scope of the law, that's what we want," Franklin said. Boyd amended his mo- tion to include the chang- es suggested by Price. One of the changes sug- gested by Price was to have someone other than the Superintendent to re- ceive the bills for Fohrs service and for Fohl to limit her descriptions of her service in her bills for confidentiality purposes. Steve Meadows said that he does not have a prob- lem, in handling the bill- lug with,Fohl, but that he would prefer to have the Board Attorney'handle it. Boyd said that the wom- en on the board will see the bills and will complain if they are not detailed enough. Fohl acknowl- edged this and said that an understanding up front might help with any com- plaints. WVe didn't have prob- lems in the past," Boyd said. "Hsa did a lotof com- plaining in the past." About half way through the 26 minute meet- ing, Price raised the is- sue of the absence of the Board Secretary, which is normally filled by Supt. Hutchinson. Price noted that the meeting agenda did not contain any actions to appoint a secretary for meeting. She advised the board to hold off with ap- proving Fohrs contract un- til a Board 'Secretary was present. Boyd said that this is an issue that has come up in the past and that, in Supt. Hutchinson's absence, board members had been advised that Karen Ratliff was the de facto secretary. Fohl herself stated that Price had also discussed this issue with her and that she thought her con- tract could be approved at another meeting, which would allow her lime to make the noted changes to her contract. Discussion then moved to payment amounts to Fohl. Boyd wanted to make sure that Fohl was going to be able to be paid for any expenses beyond her hourly rate of $135 an hour plus mileage, includ- ing costs for making cop- ies and for any assistance she might need at her own law firm. Fohl said that she had taken out the section of her contract related to ex- tra fees after receiving an email fron Lisa McFar- land. "Mrs. McFarland does not speak for this school board. She is one individ- ual," Boyd said. Rawlings, Franklin, and Boyd then agreed that it would be better to approve Fohrs contract at the next regular board meeting, which is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27. "I guess I'll withdraw the motion. Weql have to have another meeting," Boyd said. "I knew going into this meeting- as did the oth- ers - that not everybody was going to show up," Franklin said. "If we do this at the regular board meeting, then everybody will be here." "She [Supt. Hutchinson] knows that there was sup- posed to have been a see- retary here" Franklin add- ed. 'qhings like that, I have a problem with." Rawlings wrapped up the meeting by asking Fohl to provide everyone with a copy of her contract with all of the changes noted before the next meeting. He also said that her contract would be the first item on the reg- ular meeting's agenda. 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