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Is it excessive I don’t know" said Ken Dragseth a former Edina superintendent and partner at a search firm that handles superintendent and administrative hires "This doesn’t happen every day" In September Eden Prairie Superintendent Melissa Krull was given $100000 to leave nine months early Earlier in the year Amoroso then superintendent in Lakeville was the focus of a controversy over a $361000 severance package that was due himThe biggest non-superintendent settlement seems to involve an Edina teacher who received $100000 after being pulled from class in 2009Apart from the severance payment the Burnsville settlement includes a provision that the district will provide two letters of recommendation for Chance to any future employerThe agreement makes it clear Chance was not fired but it appears she stirred controversy from the startChance a self-published author posted a YouTube video some considered in poor taste because it appeared to show Chance pouring several shots of liquor and downing the drinks very quicklyHill acknowledged several employees approached board members about the video asking that Chance be ordered to take it down"I saw it and was just shaking my head" said Darren Byrnes former webmaster for the district who clashed with Chance and whose job was eliminated shortly after she was hired in July 2010 "It just seemed really out there She’s supposed to be representing the district and she was out there doing shots"Hill citing the separation agreement said he could not comment on the appropriateness of the video but said the video was produced on Chance’s off-duty time and was posted before she was hiredLibby Duethman president of the Burnsville teachers union said she also heard teachers comment about the video"It was common knowledge around the district A lot of people were talking about it" Duethman said "Probably teachers looked at it and said ‘What would happen to me if I did that Is there a double standard’ There definitely was feedback on her . Overall it was probably negative"The departure comes with 18 months still to go on the contract It also comes amid difficult contract negotiations with teachers one of her main job dutiesBurnsville is the biggest district in Dakota County without a contractDuethman said that in part is because some negotiating sessions were delayed or canceled over personnel issues on the district’s negotiating team"I don’t know if that was related to her" pending departure or not Duethman saidShe does not believe the $254814 going to Chance will affect whatever offer the district eventually presents to teachersAsked what she thought of the severance payment all Duethman would say is "that’s a nice amount of money"Distributed by MCT Information ServicesConservative talk-show host Scott Hennen hosted the conversation sitting on stage with Matalin appropriately on his right and Carville on his leftCarville former co-host of "Crossfire" helped Bill Clinton win the presidency in 1992 Matalin served as assistant to President George W Bush and counselor to Vice President Dick Cheney Carville and Matalin are authors of the best-seller "All’s Fair: Love War and Running for President" A group of retired educators was among the first people to wait in line Many in the group who said they lean to the left said they were hoping Carville and Matalin would talk about the political gridlock"Maybe if they can come together there’s hope for the rest of us" said Sue Murray of FargoConcordia senior Mike Eikmeier a libertarian said he was excited to see Carville someone he watches on TV"My favorite thing about politics is spirited debate" Eikmeier said "I don’t agree with him but I love watching him"Concordia senior Kirsten Dorn attended the event because her family is interested in politics and she was familiar with the political couple"I hope young people keep getting involved like this and showing that they care" Dorn saidThe Forum of Fargo-Moorhead which is owned by Forum Communications was a sponsor of the event The Herald is also owned by Forum CommunicationsS.

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