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Community college district Chancellor Reece reinstated from administrative leave in late-night split vote

Original post made on Oct 2, 2021

After more than an hour of public comments and six-plus hours of private deliberations, the CCCCD Governing Board emerged from closed session just after midnight to report they voted to reinstate Chancellor Bryan Reece from leave.

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Posted by Dave Williams
a resident of Walnut Creek
on Oct 2, 2021 at 7:49 am

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Wow, this board is dysfunctional. Didn't the DSR support and endorse Judy Walters? What a huge mistake. The three board members Li, Walters and Barrett should be voted out of office. They're slimy and work in the shadows behind closed doors. 2022 can't come fast enough. VOTE THEM OUT OF OFFICE!

Posted by Travis Johnson
a resident of Blackhawk
on Dec 1, 2021 at 6:14 am

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This was done because of an investigation done by the titan group. Either the Titan Group or the Governing board leaked confidential employee investigations to Neal Skapura, who has sent it to many people as Travis Johnson. It was all a lie, and exploited by Eugene Huff, Diogenes Shipp, Jonah Nicholas, and their useful idiot Neal Skapura. Go ahead and look up the lawsuits they have against the district and the Chancellor, so they can get their payday on top of the spiked pensions. Who gets increases like this with the same exact title?!?!

· The Associate Vice Chancellor/Chief Human Resources Officer was paid a regular salary of $126,348.13 in 2013 and $216.336 in 2020. That is a $89,998 additional base pay, a 71% pay increase.

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· The Associate Vice Chancellor/Chief Financial Officer was paid a regular salary of $132,505.09 in 2013 and $222,696 in 2020. That is a $90,191 additional base pay, a 68% pay increase.

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· The Executive Vice Chancellor Education and Technology was paid a regular salary of $188,669.69 in 2013 and $287,292 in 2020. That is an $98,623 additional base pay, a 52% pay increase.

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All during a period of declining enrollment....

CCC Students enrolled 2013-14: 10,875; 2014-15 10,119; 2015-16 9,919; 2016-17 10,041; 2017-18 10,579

DVC Students enrolled 2013-14: 29,232; 2014-15 28,829; 2015-16 28,796; 2016-17 28,614; 2017-18 28,562

LMC Students enrolled 2013-14: 12,323; 2014-15 12,384; 2015-16 12,608; 2016-17 12,626; 2017-18 12,956

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