Cham­plain’s meet­ing goes overtime

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS BRIEFS - Staff, Drum­monville

Last Wed­nes­day, Cham­plain Col­lege’s meet­ing went overtime and got heated more than once as the ques­tion of the in­de­pen­dence of the three cam­puses came again to the ta­ble un­der var­i­ous guises. Some were less ob­vi­ous than oth­ers, and teach­ers rep­re­sen­ta­tives tried their best to have ev­ery ar­ti­cle on the agenda re­fer to the cri­sis.

The sit­u­a­tion is ex­ac­er­bated by the fact that six po­si­tions on the board are not filled, forc­ing chair­man Michael Mur­ray to re­main in a job that he wants to re­lin­quish for at least another meet­ing. There was a mo­tion to re­place him, a re­place­ment even pro­posed and for all in­tents elected, but the prob­lem of hav­ing a vice-chair ren­dered the whole pro­ceed­ing moot.

The saga will con­tinue at next month’s meet­ing.

Photo Stanstead Jour­nal

Ken­neth Robert­son, the di­rec­tor gen­eral, and Chaiman Michael Mur­ray.

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