Metro board members skip meetings
Marcell Solomon, vice chairman of Metro's board of directors, has missed 51 percent of Metro's board of directors meetings since January 2009, an analysis by The Washington Examiner has found, despite being paid far more than anyone last year to serve on the part-time board: $39,656.90.
Solomon's absences represent a broader problem. Six of Metro's 14 directors have missed at least one of every five meetings, according to The Examiner's analysis of Metro board minutes and observations over 18 months. D.C. Councilman Michael Brown had the worst record, for example, missing 66 percent of 79 committee and board meetings since he was appointed last year.
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