“District says ‘no thanks’ to citizens committee” — 6-23-2009

An awful moment with D96:

“We wanted an open, inclusive effort in coming up with a new plan,” Robling told the board on June 16. “We want to create a public input process that would take place over the summer.”

“In April, the board welcomed us and we prepared extensively with staff and board members in good faith seeking their guidance and coordination,” Robling said. “And we recognized at all times that the board would make the choices on how to proceed. And they chose to move forward without robust public input.”

Full article at: http://www.rblandmark.com/main.asp?Search=1&ArticleID=5113&SectionID=1&SubSectionID=1&S=1

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