There are two ways Rios’ seat can be filled. One by appointment, usually a consensus of MVUSD Superintendent, the remaining board trustees and the management of the teacher’s union. Two, by the school district paying the Riverside County Registrar of Voters to hold a special election for the vacated office.
The problem is $200,000.00 dollars. To hold a special election, the MVUSD has to pay for it. About $200,000.00 after all is said and done, according to District and County estimates. Not the $80,000.00 as claimed by Christopher Baca. That money would have to come from a nearly bankrupt School District. More over, from funds meant for students and teachers.
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