With Downtown Campus Among Plans, Muskegon Community College Makes Case For Millage At Town Hall Meeting

Feedback will strongly affect the board’s final decision at placement on the ballot. Community opinion surveys will be mailed out to members of the public as well this spring. Further community forums would be held in the spring, with the college planning to use that feedback to decide whether or not to place the measure on the November ballot.

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Keeping High-Quality Teachers a Topic of Discussion at Muskegon Heights School Board Meeting

Board vice president Ronald Jenkins believes the district’s policies concerning teacher leave for continuing education are generous, but feels the district’s investment can be lost if those educators use their new certifications to leave the district.

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