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127Wayland Voters Network Alert

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  • waylandvoters1
    Nov 30, 2005

      The Legislature's Joint Committee on Education will hold a
      public hearing in Marlboro on Thursday Dec. 1, one of three in
      the western suburbs to discuss education funding, laws and

      The announcement came from Rep. Debby Blumer

      The legislators encourage written statements.

      The hearings begin at 4:30 p.m. Here are details.

      Dec. 1: Marlboro High School Little Theater, 431 Bolton St.

      Dec. 6: Ashland High School Library, 65 E. Union St.

      Dec. 8: Needham-Broadmeadow Elementary School
      Performance Center, 120 Broad Meadow Rd.

      Rep. Blumer said that spoken comments should be limited to
      about three minutes but could be about any education topic:
      "Education finance, MCAS, Chapter 70, Smart Growth incentives,
      charter schools, early education and care, transportation, special
      education, after school and extended day/year programs,
      impacts of No Child Left Behind and Education Reform, staff
      development and professional certification, local and state
      funding sources." She offered her constituents assistance in
      preparing for the hearings.

      Wayland residents might ask Rep. Sue Pope for details.


      The Wayland Finance Committee's "public informational
      meeting" is now scheduled for 7 p.m. on Thursday Dec. 15 at the
      Town Building. A Q&A session will follow the committee's

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