The Dublin Board of Education meeting held at Dublin Coffman High School’s Performing Arts Center Tuesday night December 12, 2006. The agenda for Tuesday night’s school board meeting included two resolutions about Superintendent Linda Fenner and Treasurer Chris Mohr: one to extend their contracts and the other to declare that the board does not intend to retain them. The dueling resolutions reflected the fallout after Fenner and Mohr’s once-close relationship disintegrated. Complaints that each filed against the other revealed an instance where they kissed, gushy e-mails Fenner sent Mohr, and the intertwining of their personal and work relationships. Since then, critics have questioned their professionalism while others have stood up to support Mohr or Fenner. “I fear here that what’s happened is there has been such a public outcry that the board believes that the easiest way out is just to non-renew both of them,” said Mohr’s attorney, Rex Elliott. Fenner’s attorney, John Marshall, said the opposite, at least about her fate. “It’s pretty clear that there is enormous support for Dr. Fenner in the community. Actually, if it comes to a vote, I’d be surprised if she’s not renewed.” Fenner has said that she has no intention of resigning. School board President Chris Valentine wouldn’t say what the board would do Tuesday but said the members were eager “to put the focus back on the students and the education we provide them.” “The board is evaluating all of these factors. Ultimately, this is a very difficult decision.” If the board decides to nonrenew either or both officials, they would serve the remainder of their contracts, Valentine said. Fenner’s contract expires in July; Mohr has 13 months left on his, Valentine said. In July, he filed a complaint with the district, saying Fenner was sexually harassing him.