Vote on residency delayed
CENTRAL- Enacting tougher requirements for attendance in Central City Schools was delayed Monday night.
The school board was scheduled to vote on changes that would have required parents show voter registration cards, utility bills, or proof of insurance of a primary residence inside city limits to get their kids into schools. The vote did not happen.
Leaders could not come to an agreement on a final list of requirements. Some have said it goes too far.
The district's policy committee will review the changes and the board will vote at a later date.
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