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“An Act Relative to Financial Conditions in the City of Lowell.”

The Lowell City Council has scheduled a Finance Sub-Committee meeting for Tuesday Dec. 2nd at 5:00pm LOWELL CITY COUNCIL FINANCE SUBCOMMITTEE MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 02, 2014 CITY HALL, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBER TIME 5:00 PM 1. Finance SC 12/2/14. RE: Discussion … Continue reading

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Lowell Police Statement on Bailey School Incident

The Lowell Police Department in conjunction with representatives of the Lowell School Department commenced an investigation into possible threats made to school personnel. In the morning hours of Monday November 24th an individual had arrived and spoken to an elementary … Continue reading

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Poor Response from Administration / Lowell Police to School Threat

“At no time were students or school personnel in danger” – Lowell School Supt. Franco Police said the man was taken into custody to be interviewed by detectives, but that he will not face criminal charges “Today I woke up … Continue reading

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Scary World we Live In!

Apparently this person did show up at the Bailey School in Lowell and was Thankfully turned away without incident. Police were notified and I’m told a letter and connect-Ed call was placed to Bailey School Parents. I am not sure … Continue reading

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Sunday Notes November 23 2014

School Committee member Dave Conway seems to have issues working with strong women. He has been a constant in the removal of three (3) female Superintendents. Starting with Karla Brooks Baehr then Chris Scott and now Jean Franco. If you … Continue reading

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2 Great ways to have fun and help Dracut/ Dumont Scholarship and GLTHS

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Supt. Franco saved School Committee from embarrassing itself

Supt. Jean Franco knew that there was no way that this School Committee would approve this motion tonight. Steve Gendron: Request the School Committee extend the contract of Jean Franco by one year through June of 2016. At best, they … Continue reading

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