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Hockney' explained the next step is for the architects to meet with staff and department heads to hear what the teachers feel is appropriate.
That process is expected to take at about 60 to 90 days.
handed down for generations, —For more, see Page Bl : Laughter and tears " ; the Goldman family shares memories of the man who was a yiciifli irj one of the -most famous crimes £f lite century ;'""' —For more, see Page CI Rescinded Tlie lake County Soil and Water Conservation District seated a new board Tuesday and voted to rescind an agreenient w Mthe Arm^ to perform 404 permit work for the group citing a duplication of services with the Me County Stormwater Management Agency, — For more, see page CI Employment outlook ', Iiil^and Nc Ayspaper's special Lsection,highlights employment • opportunities in the county. "I won a case of oil and I was thrilled." Baker acknowledged the need for speed is something he continues to strive for. HAB1LITATION AIDET Frances House, Inc., an agency serving the needs of devclopmcntally disabled adults is seeking qualified individuals lo staff our new group homo on the north- sido of Waukegan, Excellent starting salary, free meals, insurance available. Please apply at 000 South Lewis Avo., Wkgn, (047)244-2312. 320 Hcdnxiics Computers .j Garage •J Rummage Sale MOVING SALE UPRIGHT froozor, .
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The board didn't take any stand on the other scenario, a unit district carved out of the District 41 boundaries.
The planning group is a collection of the high school, all elementary feeder districts, Antioch, Lake Villa and Lindenhurst village board and chamber of commerce officials.
"It didn't honor the community boundaries." The other possibility, creating a K-12 district from the existing District 41 boundaries, was neither endorsed nor rejected by the board.
"It (Grayslake combination) was not considered a viable option," said Dennis Hockney, superintendent.
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