Turner man to represent SAD 46 on school project
Wednesday, February 13, 2008 |
By Diana Bowley of the Bangor Daily News: DEXTER - Rodney Boyington of Turner was hired by SAD 46
directors last week as the districtís representative for the new prekindergarten-through-grade-eight school project.
Boyington, who has 40 years experience as an architect, was one of eight candidates interviewed for the position. He will be paid $64,000
by the Department of Education for essentially two years of work, according to SAD 46 Superintendent Kevin Jordan.
Boyington, whose formal position is ownerís representative, will look out for the districtís interest during the school construction process.
Directors also gave permission to the six-member Facilities, Transportation and Construction Committee to make "relatively minor change orders" when necessary for the new school project.
If the change order involves a major change, the matter would be presented to the full board, Jordan said.
After an evaluation in executive session, directors voted to extend Dexter Middle School and Exeter Consolidated School Principal Juliana
Richardís contract through June 30, 2010. Her salary will be addressed through the budget process.
Jordan also noted that Betty Towle, who has been the superintendentís assistant in the district for many years, has announced her intention to
retire at the end of June.
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