Re: [howardpubliced] (Col. Flier) Board to discuss improving public input
Where is the last paragraph from the newspaper where they said that as board
members they had lots of ideas about the listening post but just never did
anything about those ideas?
From: Dan Dotson <dandotson2000@...>
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Date: Thursday, August 31, 2000 1:54 PM
Subject: [howardpubliced] (Col. Flier) Board to discuss improving public
>Board to discuss improving public input
>The Board of Education is planning to make the "listening post" portion
>of its regular meetings more user-friendly, according to vice
>chairwoman Jane Schuchardt.
>At a retreat with Superintendent John O'Rourke Aug. 16, the board
>discussed such changes as a new name, time and format for listening
>post, held before the afternoon and evening sessions of regular
>Citizens are allowed to speak at the sessions on any education topic
>not on the board's meeting agenda. Only five speakers are allowed per
>session, and each speaker is limited to three minutes. At O'Rourke's
>suggestion, the board will discuss how to change the listening post,
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