The board of directors for Big Five Community Action Agency has released an amended agenda for their Wednesday morning meeting to discuss two more board member resignations.
The meeting was held after Wednesday press time and will be reported in the Thursday Durant Daily Democrat. The original special meeting agenda included the resignation of board member Ted Dosh as well as discussions surrounding the appointment of an interim executive director.
However, the amended agenda included two additional board member resignations, with agenda items to take action on the written resignations of Ted Dosh, Dwight Staton and Carl Tackett.
According to the Big Five website, Dosh is from Bennington and represents the private sector. Staton is from Hendrix and represents the low-income sector. He is vice-chairman of the board. Tackett is from Fittstown in Pontotoc County and represents the private sector.
All three board members were appointed to three-year terms starting in April 2010 and expiring in April 2013.
Board members are appointed from the private busienss sector, public entities such as schools and city government, and the low-income sector of the community.