A large crowd turned up at the Warren Township School Board meeting Tuesday night and many of them were calling for the resignation of one of the members.
Two weeks ago, while discussing the search for a new superintendent for Warren township high school, school board member Liz Biondi said though she personally didn't have problems with gay and lesbian people, she had concerns of hiring gay candidates for superintendent because their personal lives may get in the way of their job.
More than 250 people attended the school board meeting but Biondi was not one of them.
What Biondi said could be in violation of state non-discrimination law.
Biondi was elected a year and a half ago as a write in candidate. She received 31 votes. The only way for her to leave this post is for her to resign or be removed by the Lake County regional superintendent.
The board voted tonight on a resolution asking for that to happen.