Read our Blog: Huntsville Board Meeting on School Rezoning Case

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The Huntsville Board of Education held a special called meeting Wednesday morning to discuss the latest in the school rezoning case.  Monday, the judge in the case ordered both sides to go to mediation.

Read our blog below of the board meeting.  Public comments were not allowed at this meeting, but will be at the July 17 meeting.  The meeting centered on board members asking the school board’s attorney about the next steps in the process, and what to expect with mediation.

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  • Terri Rector Michal

    Correct me if I’m wrong but didn’t the judge say in her opinion handed down on the 30th of June that Huntsville submitted a plan that wasn’t just about student assignment but about unitary status too? Wardynski basically said in today’s board meeting that the JUDGE is the one that brought up unitary status…..and that’s why they are seeking it. Ridiculous!

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