Granite School District Board To Stand By Decisions

Granite School District Board To Stand By Decisions

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The Granite School District board decided tonight to stand by their decision of last month. That means some schools will be closing.

EarlierSALT LAKE CITY (KSL News Services) -- The Granite School District board will vote tonight whether or not to re-open the decision they made just weeks ago to close several schools.

Just when many people thought the school closing issue was over, the school board will vote tonight on whether to re-open the issue which could possibly start the process all over again. District Spokesperson Randy Riplinger says two-thirds of the board has to vote yes into order to re-open the issue. He says if less than 5 members vote yes then the previous decision will stand as final.

Phil Conder with All Communities Together says it's very frustrating as a parent to see this process continue. He says he didn't care for the last decision but at least he thought the discussions and decisions were final.

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