Friday, March 18, 2005

. . . but Abrams says the fears are 'arguably legitimate'

While trying to persuade the public that there is no reason to fear the school board's deletion of references to public participation in long-range planning, board member Steve Abrams admits to the Potomac Almanac that the concerns are "arguably legitimate."

He says, however, that the board is "mostly" making the changes for "housekeeping purposes."