Former schools chief Hunter seeks Fla. post Ex-city official considered for superintendent.

November 25, 1991

Former Baltimore school Superintendent Richard C. Hunter is among 10 semifinalists for the job of Orange County, Fla., school superintendent.

Hunter left the Baltimore job when his three-year contract was up at the end of July, after policy disagreements with Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke. He returned to a professor's post at the University of North Carolina and was among those picked from a list of 54 applicants for the Florida job.

The Florida list includes three others who were candidates to replace Hunter earlier this year.

They are Charles Bernardo, a Florida education consultant who became a finalist for the Baltimore job; Leonard Britton, consultant and former Los Angeles superintendent; and Alfred Tutela, consultant and former Cleveland superintendent.

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