After more than three hours were devoted to continued presentations, board discussions and two sections of public commentary on February 7 at Woodstock Elementary, trustees of the Onteora Central School District pushed back the date they expected to make the decision as to which of three proposed plans for reconfiguring the grade structure in its buildings it would choose.
As board members continued to be dogged by questions that reflect costs, the amount of staff that would be laid off, transportation and changes to how education is administered to children in each of the three proposed plans, they pushed the . . .
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