BART's Board Fesses Up

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    NEWSLETTERS

    A woman waits for a BART train.

    BART board members were so desperate to fire the transit agency's general manager, they cut corners to get there.

    The San Francisco Chronicle says the vote two weeks ago to fire Dorothy Dugger happened behind closed doors. That is against the state's open meeting laws.

    During Thursday's meeting, the board decided to face the music and fess up to what it did wrong.

    The Chronicle says a committee is negotiating with Dugger, possibly looking at another way to remove her as head of the transit agency.