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Board Takes Action After Connecticut School Massacre PDF Print E-mail
Written by Misty Green   
Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Several officials attended the special called meeting of the BOE last week to plan ways to make our schools safer. L-R: Lafayette Mayor Richard Driver, RBS Chief of Police Terry Tuck, Macon County Sheriff Mark Gammons and Lafayette Chief of Police Stacy Gann

“I know we’ve talked about hiring more School Resource Officers (SRO) for several years and can’t seem to find the money… but now it seems like we must do it to protect our children,” Macon County Board of Education Chairman Billy Wilmore stated during the December 27, 2012 special called emergency meeting.



 

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