During a Utica School Board meeting late last year, board leadership admitted that a local businessman was aggravating the district with his consistent emails and Freedom of Information Law (FOIL) requests. Now, the businessman, Howard Potter, is asking why it took so long for the district to respond to him, and why he was overcharged for the documents he requested.
Residents in the Utica City School District will head to the polls next Tuesday, December 7, to vote on a nearly $18 million dollar referendum to establish on-site Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
The Utica City School District voted on Tuesday to delay an "in-person" return to classes beginning on September 8th. Prior to Tuesday's meeting, the district was moving forward bringing students back into the classroom.