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Schenectady school board might limit public input

K-8 issue sparks lenghty public comment

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Public comment might be limited at Schenectady school board meetings as the board prepares for a contentious referendum. In January, the board will ask the public for permission to renovate middle schools, rather than continuing the district’s new K-8 configuration. A number of parents are vehemently opposed to middle schools, and public debate on the issue during privilege of the floor has sometimes taken more than an hour at recent board meetings. Board President Cathy ...

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JIMOCONNOR
September 19, 2013
9:58 a.m.

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If Kosiur COULD READ at all he should read the CONSTITUTION and EDUCATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES before wasting time opening his mouth. His attempts at input only embarrass those who voted him on to either body.

cidbil
September 19, 2013
11:33 a.m.

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"He said the lateness of the hour made it harder to make a good decision."...............in a land of dumb statements, this one goes to the top of the list....really John? really?

cidbil
September 19, 2013
11:34 a.m.

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Ah good ol' "Lumpy" Kosiur........how the heck did he end up on the school board?

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