In August of 2007 the District 192 School Board made some changes to the structure of its meetings. It turned one of its monthly business meetings into a work session and moved the start time for that meeting to 5 p.m.
There was dissent, debate and even a little drama, but the District 192 School Board on Tuesday but board members ultimately voted to approve the sale of $6 million in bonds to pay for retirement benefits owed to current and former district employees.
The Farmington School District on Monday filed its response to a breach of contract lawsuit filed in November by DLR Group, the architect responsible for designing the district's new high school building.
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