copyright the Chronicle April 20, 2016
by Elizabeth Trail
BARTON — The State Board of Education on Tuesday unanimously approved the Orleans Central Supervisory Union’s (OCSU) plan for a consolidated school district.
Meanwhile the committee that has been working on that plan is holding informational meetings in the OCSU towns that will vote on consolidation in June.
Only three members of the public showed up at the meeting at the Barton Graded School on Saturday norming.
The meeting covered the articles of agreement that the state had to approve before the school district merger vote on June 7.
“You should have more people here,” said Grace Mason, a resident of Barton and former town clerk. “I made it clear to all my friends that they should come to this meeting, but as you can see, they didn’t.”
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