Judson ISD Board censures president, elects new one
Sitting board president recently indicted for alleged campaign violations
SAN ANTONIO – The Judson Independent School District Board of Trustees voted to re-organize Tuesday night, censuring its sitting president, and electing a new one.
Trustee June Adair, who had been serving as Board President, was indicted last month in connection with allegations of campaign violations. Several board members said the charges and related media coverage had become a distraction to the district.
The board began with a motion to censure Adair, which was seconded and passed. The next motion was to re-organize, which was also seconded and passed.
As part of the re-organization, the board elected Arnoldo Salinas as president, and re-elected Trustee Beth Sutton as Vice President. Trustee Jose Salinas was voted Board Treasurer.
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