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Local committee begins gathering signatures in recall effort of 2 Gateway Unified trustees

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Lindsi and Elias Haynes

REDDING, Calif. - A local committee that launched a recall effort against two board members from the Gateway Unified School District said it can begin gathering signatures.

The group, Save Gateway Committee, said Monday that it will begin gathering signatures in a recall effort of Lindsi and Elias Haynes.

Save Gateway Committee has 90 days to collect 2,052 valid signatures.

The group claims the Haynes’ violated the Brown Act and Robert’s Rules of Order. Save Gateway Committee launched the recall effort in April.

This came a week before Gateway Unified agreed on a superintendent candidate. This decision came after five months of controversy surrounding the board.

That included firing longtime superintendent Jim Harrell, former board president Cherill Clifford resigning and the board failing to select a trustee to replace Clifford.

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