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Dundee superintendent seeks more public input

Dundee Central School Superintendent Kelly Houck was in town earlier than usual Tuesday, Jan. 16, in time to join the early breakfast crowd at the Classic Cafe. Hashing over the problems of the world at the local breakfast spot is as American as any democratic forum, so it seemed to make sense for Houck to hold one of this month’s Community Conversations there.

To reach out to members of the community who might not be inclined to attend a Board of Education meeting, open house or other school activity, Houck scheduled several Community Conversations beginning Jan. 9, when she met with people at the Our Town Rocks Office. Other meetings last week were held at the School and at the Dundee Library.

An afternoon session was held at 4:30 Tuesday at the Classic Cafe, and Wednesday, Jan. 17 she will be meeting with the Dundee Rotary at noon. The final meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 29 at the Our Town Rocks Office.

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