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Dressing For A Long Bus Ride

The Blue Ridge Parent Forum on Facebook is usually most active around the beginning of a new school year when parents struggle to understand new bus routes and figure out new schedules.  This year a petition on the District’s “dress code” circulated by student Alicia Osterhout was added to the mix.  All of that boiled over at the School Board’s meeting on September 8th.

Considering the commentary on Facebook during the first week of school, surprisingly few actually attended the meeting.  Board President Laurie Brown-Bonner recognized the interest from the cards submitted requesting time to speak and pushed through the business agenda quickly in order to give time for anticipated discussion.

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Harford Spending Is Big On Roads

The major responsibility of a “2nd-class” township like Harford is always its roads.  With something like 61 miles of them to look after, the Harford Township Supervisors are trying to boost its image above the official “2nd-class” designation.  At their September meeting on the 9th, they approved spending as much as $55,000 on the roads in August alone (depending on how you add up the figures).  A near-record SRO crowd of 20 or more assembled in the little township office to hear all about it.

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