Petition to recall Harris certified
Proponents can begin collecting signaturesEfforts to recall Glenn Harris, superintendent of the Plumas County Office of Education, are proceeding. Plumas County Clerk-Recorder Kathy Williams certified the petition to recall Harris Monday, March 26, so proponents can begin collecting signatures.
According to Williams, they will need the signatures of 2,548 valid registered voters. They have 120 days, or no later than July 24, to gather the signatures. The Committee to Recall Glenn Harris expects to start circulating petitions this week. Members will host booths at various public places
in Quincy, Indian Valley, Chester, Graeagle and Portola.
Thank you.<br />I know this is basically a cut & paste of the print story, but this is the kind of stuff that an online newspaper should have linked directly in the article.
Editor Tuesday, 27 March 2012
Go to Legal Notices in the drop-down menu and select Plumas county-wide notices. Then click on notices for the week of 3/21/12. The notice to recall Harris, which gives the rationale for the recall, is at the bottom of the list of legal notices.
Is there a list of grievances against Harris somewhere that one can look at before signing the petition? I will honestly admit that I don't have a good enough understanding of all the complaints against him to be willing to ruin his career without further educating myself first.