Introduced by Rep. David Nathan (D) on February 1, 2011, to remove the state superintendant of education from direct oversight of the emergency financial managers appointed to failing school districts like Detroit’s, and instead place this authority in a new “education financial emergency resolution board” consisting of the state superintendent, several other cabinet officials, plus the president of the local school board and the state Attorney General as nonvoting members. Also, to prohibit the governor appointing an emergency financial manager whose only experience is in the private sector, not in government.
Referred to the House Local, Intergovernmental, and Regional Affairs Committee on February 1, 2011.
Re: 2011 House Bill 4177 (Add new restrictions to school emergency financial managers ) by Dave Scerbak on February 20, 2011
That's an impressive leap to suggest that anyone from the private sector would be incompetent to perform such a function!
Let's see...who got us where we are in the first place?
2011 House Bill 4177 (Add new restrictions to school emergency financial managers ) by admin on January 1, 2001 Introduced in the House on February 1, 2011