Martinez to continue lawsuit despite returning to work

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Updated: 8/01 1:18 pm
RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- Superintendent Pedro Martinez returned to work Friday to speak at Truckee Meadows Community College with school district administrators, principals and various staff members.

Martinez tells News 4 he will continue with his lawsuits against the school district and board of trustees despite returning to work today.
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sierra11 - 8/1/2014 4:52 PM
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The Damage is done! Sometimes in business you have to clean house. There is no way Martinez can ever be effective at this point. If people really think he can come back to a non combative work environment and be successful the answer is NO! How about we re instate the Chief..........does anyone see where this is going? Time to recount and reinstate a new leader or this will never go away! Times are tough and we need to start running the State like a business, enough PORK SANDWICHES!

TheGumption - 8/1/2014 1:58 PM
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Absolutely he should continue the lawsuit. The Board has agreed that they violated the Nevada Open Meeting Law and they should be held accountable for that. A hug from the child Rosenberg and half-hearted "we really didn't fire you for the reasons we said but will bring you back because we got busted breaking the law" announcement from Clark just doesn't cut it. The Superintendent, per the WCSD Board of Trustees website determines how, by whom, where and when things get done. That includes personnel decisions (the "by whom" part of his job). This Board likes to micro-manage and seem intent on doing the Superintendent's job as well as the one they were elected to do. Considering they can't seem to stick to any one story for more than a day or two brings to focus where the real dysfunction in the WCSD lies. Their resignation or recall if they can't muster the character to resign will help this community heal and allow the focus to return to educating our kids.

Localyoocal - 8/1/2014 1:24 PM
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Ok for him to fire good people. Just don't fire this worthless POS. He'll get all upset.
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