Hardyston school board to discuss CSA evaluation


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The Hardyston Township Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at 7 p.m. in the Library of the Hardyston Middle School, located at 183 Wheatsworth Road, Hamburg, NJ 07419.

The board will meet in Executive Session to discuss the CSA Evaluation in compliance with NJ PL 1975, c 231, and is exempt from public participation. Any discussion held by the Board which need not remain confidential will be made public when appropriate.

Minutes of the private session will not be disclosed until the need for confidentially no longer exists. The Board will reconvene in public session at the conclusion of the closed session to adjourn. No business or formal action is anticipated.



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