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You can’t have it both ways

As per the April 3 Aspen Times article, “ASD CFO of 11 years resigns,” Superintendent Dr. John Maloy said the district’s financial department and CFO bore the responsibility of filing the deed of trust. Although that may true, policy governance says the superintendent is ultimately responsible for all that goes on in the district. Dr. Maloy should have made sure the $30,000 deed of trust was filed.

I’ve known Kate Denton Fuentes for over 35 years, and there isn’t a more honest, responsible, wonderful human being. Yes, she made a mistake, as we all have.

Another huge, unwarranted loss to the district.

Ruth Harrison


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