Nan Austin

October 10, 2013 4:52 PM

Sleepy school board elections get a wake-up call

School board elections draw more interest in tight times. This year, better times bring a different problem. More money is coming. Trustees going forward will have far more power to make real change, for better or worse. That puts a greater burden on voters to weigh their choices.

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