Gaugh asks to table the discussion because she got documents from Henson at 9:28 before the 9:30 meeting. Compton moves to approve with a second from Darnell. Walden moves to table. Gaugh seconds. Table approved 5-4 with Compton, Darnell, Franks and Johnson voting no.
They're now discussing Pope School guaranteed maximum price. It includes $4 million for contingency. Also includes use of dual something bonds (will clarify for story). Henson says June 30, 2025 is still doable, but he asks for 90 days' grace before liquidated damage kicks in.
Godwin: I hope the charter commission is looking. If you can't do your job you need to step down. The school system reviewed the 500-page document according to their guidelines. We did what you say and we send a report to you, and you say we're not doing our job. How dare you?