Although the Homewood-Flossmoor High School District 233 board voted in September not to begin video-recording board meetings, the issue emerged again at its meeting Tuesday in a debate about how to appropriately alter meeting minutes.That was followed by a resident’s claim that the vote on video recordings in September was invalid.The question of whether to create publicly available video recordings of board meetings has been under consideration for about two years. It was . . .
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