BART offers few details on search to replace former GM Dorothy Dugger 

BART has begun its search to replace recently deposed general manager Dorothy Dugger, although the agency released few details about how the process is progressing.

Touching briefly upon the search at its board of directors meeting, BART officials said the process is likely to take three months to find Dugger’s replacement.

However, BART board president Bob Franklin said the search could be shorter if the perfect candidate is found. It could also be longer if no ideal candidate is among the pool of applicants.

So there you have it: BART will hire a new general manager in three months.

Or, it might not.

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