Bethlehem redistricting committee continues to define new school boundaries

"We need diversity," shouted one parent in the crowd when the issue was brought up.

Another resident suggested a public hearing be held at some point in the process allowing everyone an opportunity to express his or her views.

"There is no formal public hearing," said Superintendent Les Loomis, adding that each redistricting meeting is set up to allow for public input at least once every session.

"I would consider this, in effect, a public hearing," Loomis said.

Future meeting are scheduled for Oct. 16, Nov. 6 and Nov. 13 before the committee selects two or three final scenarios for the school board to consider at the Nov. 27 meeting.""

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