St. Bernard Parish hospital board action delayed
New Orleans Times-Picayune, February 18, 2009
The St. Bernard Parish Council again put off a decision on whether to remove the five-member board overseeing construction of a new parish hospital, after the council chairman pulled the measures from the agenda. Council Chairman Frank Auderer said he put two resolutions on the agenda "in error" that would have removed the Hospital Service District board and appointed new members. Hospital Service District board Chairman Daniel Dysart asked at the meeting whether the measure had been taken permanently off the table or would be reconsidered at a future meeting. Auderer said the matter would be deferred "until we can come into counsel with you all as a group."
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