Update: for whatever reason, when the Board came back into session, the video did not resume on Channel 26. I do NOT think this was some error.
From the coverage of the WestSeattle Blog:
6:39 PM: Roll call: Betty Patu abstains. Peters votes no. All others vote yes. The resolution passes, and that authorizes the district to take legal action against the union, among other things. “SHAME ON YOU!” yell several in the audience. And a few minutes later, as the board members leave, some shout “Thank you, Sue Peters.”
Why Patu abstained is a mystery (and she goes to that well way too often).
I think McLaren has some explaining to do to the King County Labor Council.
end of update.
Details to follow.
SEA leaders announced this at Board meeting.
So that Resolution just got very real.
As I tweeted, I believe if the Resolution is not unanimous, it is a referendum on Nyland as well.
Parents and students, I am sorry (but keep in mind, it's the first Seattle strike in 30 years).