As the AJC reports today, “The Clayton County school board wants to further limit when citizens can address the board and what they can say. On Tuesday, the board unveiled a proposal that calls for a separate monthly meeting solely for the public to address the board. This would mean that residents no longer would be allowed to speak at the board’s regular business meeting. The new policy also requires citizens to call the board secretary by 4:30 p.m. the day of the meeting to give their name and the topic of their comments. All comments also would have to be submitted to the board in writing in advance.”
Meanwhile, the board was scheduled to vote on ethics complaints against board members Sandra Scott and David Ashe, but took no action. Shocking.