Committee is scheduled to recommend finalists March 16
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 8:00 pm
Marion County Superintendent Roger Marcum announced months ago that this would be his final year leading Marion County schools.
The Marion County Board of Education has advertised for his position, and the Marion County screening committee received information about the applicants for the position Thursday, Feb. 26.
The district received applications from 15 people - 12 are men, three are women.
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