The Superintendent of Clinton schools says he’ll take disciplinary action against those responsible for maintaining the district’s school buses. Clinton Schools Superintendent Dr. Randy Clegg says there was no excuse for having 11 district buses fail a regularly scheduled state inspection last Thursday. Three of the buses deemed “unsafe” by the inspector were used later the same day, and a state trooper has ticketed the school district’s transportation director for letting the buses operate. Clegg says all the vehicles that were ordered out-of-service were fixed over the weekend, and now he’ll try to find out why district workers in charge of those buses weren’t doing their jobs.
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