Salem-Keizer board cancels meeting over concerns of clashes between protesters

Osvaldo Avila, Salem-Keizer School Board director, is sworn in at a July 13, 2021 meeting. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter)

Leaders of the Salem-Keizer School Board cancelled a scheduled Aug. 24 meeting after a warning from the district’s security director that planned protests and counterprotests could turn violent, board Chair Osvaldo Avila said.

Avila and Vice Chair Ashley Carson Cottingham announced . . .

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