In wake of board member calling voters f___tards, Cornish school officials revise rules to quell public participation

“If these meetings do not permit anyone to participate until some future time at the end of the discussion, what benefit does the public participation have after the discussion has already occurred?” Littlefield said Tuesday. “For all practical purposes, this is a device that quells any wisdom from the public from entering into the discussion.”


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