The first committee to announce March 21 at 6:00PM was the Safety Committee of the school board.
Then the Inspector General Recommendations Committee picked exactly the same date and time for its March meeting!
This demonstrates very poor regard for the public and even for the committee members of the other committee who might wish to sit in on the other's meeting.
Of course, should even one of them decide to attend, that would create a quorum under State law and present a legal problem for the School Board.
Although Richland 2 decided that quorum is five board members (for the purpose of terminating a superintendent), there is still that pesky South Carolina statute that says a quorum is four.
Scheduling the meetings on the same date and at the same time prevents a member of the community, parent, teacher, staff member, or student from attending both meetings. Let's hope this does not happen again!