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College board to discuss filling president position

Annie Flanzraich

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Members of the Lake Tahoe Community College’s Board of Trustees are set to discuss Tuesday how to fill the college’s presidential spot once current president Paul Killpatrick leaves in July.

Paul Killpatrick accepted the job of president of Seattle Central Community College. His last day at LTCC will be July 16.

The board’s meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in room Room L104 of the college located at One College Drive.

The board met Wednesday at a special meeting to discuss finding a presidential successor but did not come to a final decision, said Spokeswoman Christina Proctor.

Killpatrick is the third president in the college’s 35-year history. He followed James Duke who served for 16 years and Guy Lease who served for 17 years.

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