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News - May 25, 2012

School district defends confidential memos

Study session next week on state's open-meeting law follows allegations of possible violation

by Chris Kenrick

Saying that "at no time has there been any attempt to keep information from the public," Palo Alto schools Superintendent Kevin Skelly said Tuesday he does not believe weekly confidential memos he has been sending the Board of Education have led to any violation of the law.

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