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Public Hearing Information Pursuant to Act 34 of 1973 for the Canon-McMillan Middle School Building Project Took Place Yesterday

Act 34 Public Hearing
Posted On: Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Yesterday evening, November 19th 2019 at 7:00 p.m. the Act 34 Public Hearing for the new Canon-McMillan Middle School Building took place. The people involved in this meeting were: the members of the Board of School Directors, Superintendent Michael Daniels, Assistant Superintendent Scott Chambers, Director of Business & Finance/Board Secretary Joni Mansmann, Architect from HHSDR Architects/Engineers Mr. Hayden, Financial Advisor from Public Financial Management Zachary Williard and the Solicitor of the School District from Weiss Burkardt Karmer, LLC Ms. Jocelyn P. Kramer.

After the President of the Board Ms. Darla Bowman-Monaco welcomed everyone to the meeting the group on the stage went right into the agenda. Ms. Kramer described why this meeting was necessary and the rules for public participation. Mr. Daniels then started off with the project overview, project need, project alternatives and determination. The rest of the meeting flowed smoothly from the Act 34 Public Hearing packet that can be found on the website in the Business Department here. Dr. Greg Taranto, principal of the Middle School tweeted the above photo with the following statement,

“Exciting time to be a part of Canon-McMillan! Very much looking forward to matching our top notch instruction & programming with a new innovative school environment!”

If you were unable to attend the meeting but still have concerns about this project and would like to submit them, the public will be given 30 days to submit written comments or testimony. These written comments or written testimony should be submitted to the Superintendent’s Office by 1:00 p.m. on Friday, December 20, 2019.

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