Hoboken Board of Ed Business Administrator, Assistant No Longer Employed By District
With only a few weeks to go until the start of the new school year, Hoboken Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Toback confirmed on Friday morning that the two employees no longer work for the district.
Hoboken Board of Education Business Administrator William Takacs and his assistant Maria Vazquez are no longer working for the district, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mark Toback confirmed Friday morning.
"They're not here today," Toback said. "They're no longer with the school district."
He added that "any employment action is subject to Board of Education approval."
Takacs, who followed former Business Administrator Rob Davis' footsteps earlier this year, also served as the school board's secretary after former secretary Anthony David retired. Former Business Administrator Robert Davis left earlier this year, and was the one who brought in Takacs.
Takacs' appointment was approved by the board.
Takacs formerly served as the Hudson County Executive School Business Administrator, and was hired at an annual salary of $130,000.
It's unclear why the two employees—who as of Friday morning were still listed on the BOE's website as employees of the Business Office—were evidently terminated.
Without Takacs and Vazquez, the district's business office has eight employees.
Toback said he couldn't elaborate on more details, because it was a "confidential" personnel issue.