SCHOOL BOARD VOTES TO HIRE HEADHUNTERS.
GLENDALE - Glendale Unified School District board members voted Wednesday to seek proposals from executive search firms to find a successor to retiring schools Superintendent Jim Brown.
The district will pick a firm soon and move quickly on finding a new superintendent, said spokesman Vic Pallos.
``That firm will then go forth and initiate a search process and present by the first of December candidates for interviews,'' Pallos said. ``The board hopes that a new superintendent will be available by early January.''
Brown, 60, announced his retirement Tuesday night during the school board meeting. He has headed the district since 1996. His retirement is effective Jan. 30, 2004.
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|Date:||Jul 17, 2003|
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