G-C board satisfied with public-comment policy as it stands


GREENFIELD — Outgoing members of the Greenfield-Central School Board sent a clear message to their successors this week about the board’s somewhat controversial public-comment policy: They like it, and they want it to stay.

The board reaffirmed its public-participation rules Monday in response to a parent who violated the procedure last month by standing up and yelling at the board in the middle of the meeting.

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