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Public blasts Burnsville school board over unusual contract payout

Concerned members of the public packed a Burnsville school board meeting to complain about a $255,000 payout to the district's former human resources director. Tania Chance worked for the district for seven months of a two-year contract before resigning.
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Concerned members of the public packed a Burnsville school board meeting to complain about a $255,000 payout to the district's former human resources director. Tania Chance worked for the district for seven months of a two-year contract before resigning.

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