The EPISD school board president just resigned.
He evidently told the Times that he no longer lives within the district.
From the district’s policy manual:
A person elected or appointed to serve as a board member must
remain a resident of the district throughout the term of office. A
board member who ceases to reside in the district vacates the office.
Tex. Const., Art. XVI, Sec. 14;
Prince v. Inman, 280 S.W.2d 779 (Tex. Civ. App.—Beaumont 1955, no writ);
Whitmarsh v. Buckley, 324 S.W.2d 298 (Tex. Civ. App.—Houston 1959, no writ)
It appears that the Texas constitution, Texas statutes, and local board policy make are clear.
When did the trustee move out of the district that he represented?
Did he participate in decisions that he had no right to be involved in?
We deserve better