In amended lawsuit, parents asks judge to nullify firing of Douglas County superintendent

The Denver Gazette: A Douglas County resident is now asking a judge to nullify the firing of Superintendent Corey Wise and to bar the local school board from conducting the type of conversations that precipitated Wise’s dismissal earlier this month.

In a new version of a lawsuit he filed earlier this month, parent and lawyer Robert Marshall asked a judge to declare Wise’s firing “null and void” because — Marshall alleged — the Douglas County school board’s four officers had broken the state open meeting law by having private discussions about Wise’s future without notifying the public or discussing it at public meetings. Marshall is also requesting that the court declare that those conversations violated the law and that it bar the board from engaging in those types of deliberations going forward.

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