And the mudslinging continues, though it should be no surprise. When it comes to running Luna Community College, politics is the rule rather than an exception, so why should the Board of Trustees elections be any different?
The latest round, reported in Friday’s Optic, includes a fuss over who attends Luna board meetings and work sessions and how often. And the winner is: Tony Valdez, who missed only one of the 70 meetings held over the past three years, according to a document drafted at the request of the board. That’s an impressive 98.6 percent of the meetings.
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