Top Manchester school officials no longer must live in city
The board voted at its meeting to end the policy, which was enacted two years ago and required that any superintendent or assistant superintendent establish a home in the city within 180 days of signing an employment contract.
The board first voted by a wide margin to table a motion, made by board member John Avard, due to the absence of the mayor.
Considering the current circumstances, I would like to see this held off.”
“He said the board already knows how I feel on the issue,” Connors said. “There wasn’t anything underhanded about this.”
Connors argued, and most of her school board colleagues agreed, that the residency requirement limited the pool of applicants for top positions.
But member Robyn Dunphy said it was wrong to allow any change in the residency policy to apply to Ryan. “The contract is signed. Nobody held a gun to anybody’s head.”
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