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College of DuPage – will vote on initiating termination proceeding against President Breuder –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On August 18, 2015

College of DuPage (ECWd) –
The College of DuPage is holding a meeting on August 20, 2015, starting at 5:00 p.m.
It is anticipated that a lengthy two-hour executive session will happen at the beginning of the meeting.
Agenda item number 11 is an action item to start termination procedures against President Breuder, currently on Administrative Leave.
Other Agenda items include asking the State’s Attorney to pursue enforcement of the Attorney General’s Opinion [ref: contract], vote to retain new legal counsel, and other items.
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The College released a Press Release this afternoon stating the following:

College of DuPage Board of Trustees Schedules

Vote on Initiating Termination Proceedings Against President

The College of DuPage Board of Trustees will consider initiating termination proceedings against its president-on-leave, according to its agenda for its Thursday, August 20, regular meeting, which was posted this afternoon on the College’s website. 

“COD’s president has been on administrative leave pending the result of our investigations. The investigations have resulted in this proposed action for Board consideration,” said College of DuPage Board of Trustees Chairman Katharine Hamilton.
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ECWd will be following this closely and will publish updates as they become available.
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  • Danni Smith
    Posted at 20:43h, 18 August

    It’s beyond processing to accept why an employee doing criminal acts which harm his employer sidelined in a golden parachute vs. an employee doing criminal acts which harm his employer. The big difference is always who the employer is. If it is the taxpayer, steal, steal and steal some more. If it is some big corporation or the local dry cleaner, it’s the immediate chopping block, figuratively speaking

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