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Friday, January 11, 2008

Don't put that black T-shirt on eBay just yet!

The Fairfax County School Board has scheduled public hearings on the not-at-all-controversial South Lakes High School boundary changes for Jan. 30, Jan. 31, and Feb. 9. You can sign up to speak at one of the meetings, and we're really really hoping someone will read the Bratz speech. We'd pay good money to see that, except, you know, the school board doesn't seem to cotton to the whole videotaping thing.

Meanwhile, talk of lawsuits stemming from the redistricting proposal is starting to percolate in at least two of the affected communities.

A member of the group, who wrote under the name "Manager_staywithwestfield," issued a letter Jan. 1 that discussed the possibility of taking legal action against the county. "We have made an appointment with a well-known lawyer in the coming week to seek legal advices and discuss the legal actions we may start soon," the author wrote in the message. The member, whose identity was not listed on the site, did not return an e-mail request for comment.
If it's on the Internet, it must be true. And if you have a phone, you have a "well-known" lawyer.

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