Jul 08, 2007
Michael Lubinski, The Los Angeles Times "How did that go into the superintendent's evaluation? Were you going to name it after him?"
Deputy District Attorney Michael Lubinski repeatedly asked how issues such as the road-naming were relevant to Superintendent Fleming's performance evaluation (the justification used by Fleming and the Board for conducting closed-door meetings to discuss virtually every aspect of the district's business). Trustee Marlene Draper told prosecutors that the board needed to consider a broad swath of topics to evaluate Fleming.