(Hour 2a) Rich tackled a contract that the Board of Mayor and Alderman voted on, in which the details were not made public before the voting. He voiced his displeasure in retroactive contracts and discussed the public’s right to know. He then talked about a presentation that students from Parker Varney made to the Board concerning the fight against heroin. He talked about Parker Varney and Gossler Park’s involvement in the PACE program. He explained that it was for professional development for the teachers, who are learning how to write test questions. He then took a call from A Question of Voter Fraud’s Ed Naile, who gave his solution to the situation. Tune in to hear all about it.
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