Ted Siefer's City Hall: Bramante's 'free' education initiative gets green light
"We ask for no funding from the schools," he told the board. "We believe there are lots of people who will want to see this work, and the money will come."
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Timing can be everything. Maybe this explains the brusque response Mayor Gatsas gave to a motion from Ward 8 school board member Erika Connors at the school board meeting. It was late into an already long session, around 10:30 p.m., when she proposed eliminating the residency requirement for administrators in the district.
Some back story: Gatsas is a big fan of having department heads reside in the city, and he pushed to extend the requirement to the school district's top administrators.
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