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Boardman BOE accepts Braham's resignation



Published: Sun, July 28, 2013 @ 12:07 a.m.

Staff Report

BOARDMAN

The board of education accepted the resignation of Transportation Supervisor Hugh Braham on Saturday.

The resignation was on the agenda for the board’s regular monthly meeting. Currently, there is no one serving in Braham’s place, and a timetable has not been set to fill his job, said board President John Landers.

Braham was stopped by the Ohio State Highway Patrol on South Avenue near Tiffany Boulevard just before midnight May 17 and charged with operating a vehicle impaired and failure to signal.

A suppression hearing in his case is set for Aug. 20 before Judge Joseph M. Houser in Mahoning County Area Court here.

Braham has worked for the school district for more than 30 years.

In other business Saturday, the board approved a motion to award a contract to R.T. Vernal Construction to resurface the parking lot at Glenwood Middle School.

The board also approved several supplemental contracts and revisions to 16 board policies, including records retention, student records and relations with parent and booster organizations.


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1islandgrump(59 comments)posted 1 year, 1 month ago

Wow! Talk about a railroad going through Boardman!! At any rate Hugh can take his retirement and enjoy his life. All the while knowing he did his job to the fullest, had the respect of the men and women he worked with and was the best supervisor Boardman had for 30 years!! The people of Boardman lost this time. And to think Hugh did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING while on the clock for the township to deserve this. ALL ABOARD!!!!
Good luck to you Hugh. Enjoy your life.

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2dgallner(5 comments)posted 1 year, 1 month ago

I was saddened to see that Mr. Braham has resigned. I have worked for him for the last 20 years. He has always done a great job with the transportation department. Though he obviously made some poor decisions in his personal life, it certainly had nothing to do with his professional life He always had Boardman Schools best interest in mind while making all of his professional decisions. He is leaving very big shoes to fill. I, for one, am proud to have worked for Hugh Braham. I wish him nothing but the best.

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