Trial for Douglas County school board members delayed

Highlands Ranch Herald: The trial to determine whether Douglas County school board members violated Colorado Open Meetings Law has been postponed. 

Originally scheduled for a three-day trial starting Jan. 30, Douglas County District Court Judge Jeffrey Holmes postponed the trial on Dec. 20. Holmes’ motion did not set a new trial date.

In a lawsuit brought by Representative-Elect Bob Marshall, Douglas County school board members Mike Peterson, Christy Williams, Becky Myers and Kaylee Winegar are accused of breaking open meeting requirements by discussing the firing of former superintendent Corey Wise in one-on-one conversations. 

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