|South Dearborn talks public comments|
|Written by Denise Freitag Burdette|
|Monday, January 14, 2013 10:29 PM|
If you look at an agenda for a South Dearborn school board meeting, you will not see a listed opportunity for public comment.
Although not required unless it is a public hearing, many government and school boards give the public a chance to speak somewhere on the meeting agendas.
South Dearborn discussed adding a public comments to its regular monthly meetings during the Monday, Jan. 7, school board meeting.
“The school belongs to the taxpayers,” said superintendent Dr. John Mehrle.
A chance for public comment during the board meetings would be good to have, controlled with guidelines and time limits, he said.
Corporation administrative assistant Jack Heller, however, said he disagrees.
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