State Attorney: "There is no evidence of a violation of the Sunshine Law" in Marion Co. School Board complaint

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MARION COUNTY, Fla. (WCJB)-- The State Attorney's Office has weighed in on the complaint filed by the Marion County superintendent against the school board.

Marion County Public Schools Superintendent, Heidi Maier is currently under investigation by the school board after a whistleblower complaint was filed last month.

Just days after the complaint, Maier filed her own complaint that the board violated Florida's Sunshine Law.

The board voted on August 8th to move forward with their meeting, not allowing the superintendent to finish her report.

The State's Attorney General's Office looked into the complaint and said quote "there is no evidence of a violation of the Sunshine Law."