District 233 school board President Steve Anderson asked residents to “be patient” with board operations, saying the three new board members need time to get up to speed. “We’re new and there’s a steep learning curve,” he told the audience at the Sept. 19 meeting.But some residents in the Homewood-Flossmoor High School district who addressed the board said the issue wasn’t one of time but rather integrity. At two recent meetings, residents were given the floor for more than 60 minutes to voice their concerns about how the board is functioning. At . . .
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