SableGate: Tribune Review Editorial

In an editorial today titled "Mt. Lebanon Molestation: Time for a Change", the Tribune-Review argues, "Worse, the district and Ms. Sable entered into a confidentiality agreement designed to keep secret the specific reasons for her departure. Public schools. Public officials. Public money. Public disclosure should not be a debating point. . . . By resignation, by impeachment or by ballot, this Mt. Lebanon school board must go."

I'm not quite ready to sign on to the conclusion, and I don't get the headline, but it's nice that the paper is still on the trail of the story.

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