Retired teacher gives Norwalk officials the business for non support of school levy
May 2, 2014 at 8:11 PM
A retired Norwalk school teacher gave officials a piece of his mind at Tuesday night's city council meeting.
"Five weeks ago a friend and I appeared before you requesting that you issue a resolution indicating your support of the upcoming Norwalk City Schools levy on the May ballot," Scott Ford told city officials.
Ford said only council members Stephen Schumm, Kelly Beck and Deb Lucal along with Mayor Rob Duncan have come out publicly in support of the levy.
"They are to be commended for their action," Ford said. "However, where are the rest of you?
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