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Article posted: 7/14/2013 4:40 AM

Minimize the cost of a demotion, Metra

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Minimize the cost of a demotion, Metra

Regarding the Metra board's generosity, it would seem to be a primary and critical concern to minimize the cost to force someone out of authority.

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I would suggest to keep them on the payroll until the end of he contract, however with the proviso; They will be assigned to an office (with secretary, if necessary) as a person with no vote or authority. They would not participate in any discussions, meetings or decisions.

A new replacement would be given the authority of the position immediately.

There would be no penalty or ensuing expenses.

Bob Weick

St. Charles

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