CCPS chairman to give resignation decision Tuesday

WINCHESTER, Ky. (WTVQ) – The chairman of the Clark County Public Schools board is expected to announce whether he will resign his position Tuesday.

Michael Kuduk says he was asked to resign or face charges after he was videotaped removing signs supporting Clark Superintendent Paul Christy.

Kuduk says the incident occurred after the board’s December meeting, in which Christy’s contract was renewed.

Kuduk voted against it.

Kuduk says he was upset after the meeting and in a fit of anger, pulled up the signs.

Christy says the situation can be resolved if Kuduk resigns and pays for damages to the signs.

Kuduk says he will announce his decision during Tuesday’s school board meeting.

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