From Bristow Beat UPDATE: Sept. 21 at 10:15 a.m. Prince William County School released the resolution that led to the request for censure. It involved the public release of confidential information regarding Division Counsel Mary McGowan in court. Original Article:
From Inside NOVA Prince William County School Board Chairman Ryan Sawyers is taking another school division official to court, pressing for access to some of board attorney Mary McGowan’s emails. Sawyers filed a petition for a writ of mandamus against
From Bristow Beat Prince William School Board Chairman At-large Ryan Sawyers has filed a “writ of mandamus” against Superintendent Steven L. Walts,” asking the courts to direct the superintendent to provide him access to all his predecessors’ school division emails.
From the Bristow Beat: Prince William residents heading to the polls may be faced with another choice they had not expected: whether they want to support a recall effort for School Board Chairman-At-Large Ryan Sawyers. At several polling places around
From Inside NoVa: A lawsuit against the chairman of the Prince William County School Board and a Gainesville businessman is going forward, albeit with some slight alteration in charges. Prince William Circuit Court Judge Tracy Hudson ruled Wednesday that the
Petition to remove (recall) Chairman at-large Ryan Sawyers pursuant to Va. Code § 24.2-233 On multiple occasions, Prince William County School Board Chairman-at- Large Ryan Sawyers misused his public office, in violation of Virginia Code section 24.2-233, by attempting to take, and taking,
From Bristow Beat Not everyone who started watching the Prince William County School Board meeting, Wednesday night, stayed up until its 2 a.m. conclusion, Thursday. After the contentious Prince William County School board meeting, featuring six hours of citizens time,