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Second Oxford school board member resigns, prompting parental concern

A second school board member from Oxford has resigned in less than a week, prompting questions by parents aboutn why two elected officials would leave at the start of the school year as the district works to recover from the Nov. 30 school shooting.

Korey Bailey, the board’s treasurer, announced his resignation on Monday from the Oxford Community Schools board of education, effective immediately. Tom Donnelly, the board president, resigned last week. 



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