Baldwin County Commission Chairman: April 30 joint county/school meeting won’t be a ‘bashing session’

A rare joint meeting between the Baldwin County Commission and the School Board on April 30 will not include a presentation from the school’s administrations and will, instead, be an opportunity for the public to provide input on where the $313 million school system heads into the future.

Baldwin County Commission Chairman Charles “Skip” Gruber said Tuesday the meeting will not be a forum where the public can vent and point blame at others following what was a disastrous election for the school system on March 31.

“I don’t want it to be a bashing session,” Gruber said about the meeting that will be held from 7-9 p.m. at the commission’s Robertsdale annex. “This is going to be a good public forum and I want input from the citizens.”

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