Mountain View Whisman school board loses open meetings lawsuit

Daily Post Staff Writer

A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge ordered the Mountain View Whisman School District to pay $5,500 in legal fees after it was sued for violating the California public meeting law.

Steve Nelson, a Mountain View resident and controversial former school board trustee, sued the district in August after the board had …

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