Pinkerton forum aimed at giving Hooksett voters a voice
“Basically this subcommittee was set up as a means to streamline specific formats and to bring the best possible formats to the board, which will then decide on the best course to invite people to speak on the top reasons they voted the way they did,” said Lizotte, who noted that he and John Lyscars have established two potential recommendations to present to their fellow school board members at their next meeting, which takes place Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Cawley Middle School.
“What I’ve learned is that the previous board (which negotiated the Pinkerton contract) didn’t allow for enough input from the public,” he continued. “Nothing is perfect, but I think this board looks at the need for public input as extremely important, and I believe we’re going to provide as many public forums as possible to allow people to have their say, whether they’re for or against (a particular proposal) or not yet decided, it doesn’t matter, their opinion is important to us.”
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