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Judge Dismisses Lawsuit about New Davis School Boundaries

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit about New Davis School Boundaries



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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio A judge today dismissed that lawsuit brought by parents and neighbors frustrated with the new Davis County school boundary lines. But that's only part of the story.

The judge deep-sixed the lawsuit, arguing in a written statement that the case is moot since the school board already hired a consultant and voted on the new boundary lines.

Randall Edwards: "What they wanted was to be able to sneak this one past the public, to jam it down their throats and to have no public input really at all. We caught them at that."

Attorney Randall Edwards represents the parents. He says the school may have won, but only in the short run.

Randall Edwards: "People are fed up with them. They don't believe that they are being heard. I think we are going to see some major changes in this school board in the future."

All the meetings to design the boundaries were closed to the public.

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