BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) – The search for Birmingham's next superintendent is down to the top three.
On Saturday, one candidate withdrew and another was eliminated.
Kathy Augustine, who is currently the Deputy Superintendent of the Atlanta Public School system, withdrew her bid Saturday.
The school board then voted to eliminate Deborah Horn. Horn came under some scrutiny because she had a past working relationship with Board President W.J. Maye.
Board member April Williams says the top three candidates seem promising.