No word if fate of BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger will be decided this week 

The fate of BART General Manager Dorothy Dugger could go unresolved for at least another week.

In a closed session meeting earlier this month, BART’s Board of Directors voted 5-4 to ask Dugger to resign her post as chief of the transit agency. That vote was rescinded after members of the losing side said the motion violated the state’s open-meetings law by failing to provide proper public notice.

The motion was supposed to come up again at the next Board of Directors meeting, which is scheduled for Thursday, but so far nothing has been posted online and BART spokesman Linton Johnson said he’s not sure if the issue will be discussed.

Just two weeks after a majority contingent of the BART Board voted for Dugger’s ouster, the two sides will sit down to discuss normal agency operations, as if nothing happened. We’re guessing it could get a little awkward.

wreisman@sfexaminer.com

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