Three of seven members of the Salt Lake City Board of Education Thursday morning delivered a memo to Superintendent John W. Bennion saying they were upset with how he is administering the district on three issues.

Signed by board Vice President Stephen G. Boyden and members Lorna Matheson and Carolyn Kump, the memo said that they are "deeply concerned over the mounting difficulties we are having with teachers, administrators and patrons" and that their credibility as a board is being challenged.The three issues the memo specifically addresses are access by the public to district information that is considered public, the issue of shared governance, and the transfer policy between schools within the district.

The three members asked that the items be put on the school board's April 5 agenda.

"I am putting this on the agenda for discussion so they can get their concerns on the table and we can discuss them," Bennion said.