Profanities were heard from Michael Riemer during a Zoom meeting.

By: KDKA-TV News Staff

MT. LEBANON (KDKA) — A Mt. Lebanon school board member is apologizing after he was heard cursing during a Zoom meeting.

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The Post-Gazette reports Michael Riemer made the comments before the official start of the meeting on Monday night, not knowing his feed was unmuted.

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The board president and other board members condemned Riemer, making a motion to censure him at next week’s meeting.

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Riemer is a retired Mt. Lebanon police officer and worked as a school resource officer in the district for several years.