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By Mount Vernon News
January 16, 2013 9:18 am EST


UTICA — The North Fork school board started out the new year by expanding the opportunities for community members to interact with school board members. Beginning with Monday’s organizational meeting, community members have a half hour period before the formal start of each meeting to talk with board members about any concerns or questions they may have. Those conversations are in addition to the public participation opportunities provided for in the meeting agendas, Treasurer Jack McDonald told the News on Tuesday.


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During the 2013 organizational meeting, the board granted routine authorizations, made committee assignments and elected Bernard Snow president of the board. Board vice president will be Theresa Magers. Robert Krueger was tapped to be the legislative and student achievement liaison with Magers serving as the alternate.

The board established regular monthly meeting dates and locations for 2013. The meetings will be held at 7 p.m. according to the following schedule: Jan. 14, Utica Senior High School; Feb. 4, Utica HS conference room; Feb. 25, Utica Junior High; March 18, UHS; April 15, Newton Elementary School; May 20, Utica elementary; June 17, UJH; June 24, UHS; July 15, UHS; August 19, Utica Elementary School; Sept. 16, Newton Elementary School; Oct. 21, Morgan Grange; Nov. 18, UHS; and Dec. 16, Utica Elementary School.

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