Cases of nepotism
06/27/2014 6:43 PM
06/27/2014 6:44 PM
In his June 15 letter, Michael Holland wrote that one of the reasons Walter Dansby gave for his resignation as school superintendent was nepotism. He quotes Dansby:
“I wasn’t giving raises to (trustees’) relatives. I wasn’t hiring people they wanted me to hire just because they wanted me to hire them. I had to remove 19 people in the (personnel department) who were closely tied to board members over the years.”
Schools and nepotism.
What about Trinity River Vision and flagrant in-your-face nepotisim? I know about Walter Dansby, and Rep. Kay Granger is no Walter Dansby.
— Joy Douglass, Edgecliff Village
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