Wes Woods II, Staff Writer
Created: 02/06/2011 07:01:41 AM PST

CLAREMONT – The Claremont Unified School District search for an interim superintendent has produced an interview for one candidate with two more planned in coming weeks.

But the search took an odd twist Thursday night when board member Steve Llanusa continued his complaints about the potential length of time an interim superintendent would serve and the slowness in finding a candidate.

Llanusa then brought up a request he’d made before – his wish that board meetings would be held on Monday nights to accommodate him.

Llanusa said he would be in favor of the interim candidate if meetings would be held on Mondays instead of Thursdays.

Board members said because that item was not on the agenda, they could not discuss it.

“It places the board in an awkward position,” board president Beth Bingham said on Friday.

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