SAISD board trustees on Monday delayed the creation of a special ethics committee to review and assess notes from Olga Hernandez’s federal fraud trial.
By many measures and in every slice of life, 2017 was an eventful year for San Antonio, Texas, and the United States.
A jury found former school board member Olga Hernandez not guilty of taking bribes from an insurance contractor doing business with the San Antonio Independent School District, but that doesn’t mean she is innocent.
A federal jury found former San Antonio Independent School District trustee Olga Hernandez not guilty on bribery and fraud charges on Tuesday.
Former SAISD board member Olga Hernandez on Monday took the stand in her own defense in her federal trial on charges of fraud and bribery.
Martinez is vice president of external relations for Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Texas, and has lived in District 6 for five years.
In a special meeting on Feb. 24, the SAISD board voted to fill the position by appointment and then accepted applications for the position through March 10.
I felt like Rip Van Winkle when I emerged from the fog of spinal surgery, only to find a different world than the one I left behind on Valentine’s Day.
District 6 Trustee Olga Hernandez resigned her seat on the board in the wake of her arrest in a federal bribery investigation.
In the wake of her arrest for involvement in a scheme to commit wire fraud, SAISD Trustee Olga Hernandez resigned from her position Tuesday.