Because of this problem, Miller said CV-S, like many schools, is not billing and can not afford to do it. However he said he expects the state to eventually demand the billing be done because it wants its share of the money.
“I want you to know we are aware of it. We are working on it, but it is a difficult thing,” he said.
In other news, the board selected Robert Tabor as its new president and Kevin Lennebacker as its new vice-president. Tabor, the previous vice president, has been serving as the interim president this month, replacing Frank McGrath. McGrath resigned his position as board president in February, but is still serving on the board.
With CV-S having three unused weather emergency days, the board also approved April 1, May 24 and May 28 as additional vacation days. If additional emergency days are needed, May 28 will be used first, followed by May 24.