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Schmaltz, Chairman of the Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce Board, Announced Support in Change of School Board Selection

Jon A. Schmaltz

Image from Kyle Telechan | The Times - Click image for source

Jon Schmaltz, chairman of the Valparaiso Chamber of Commerce Board made an announcement on behalf of the Board on Tuesday.

The Valparaiso Chamber Board supports a change in the process for selecting members for the Valparaiso School Board, or a change in the law, to allow the School Board to have the autonomy to independently review and approve its own budget. 

See newspaper articles at The Times and the Post-Tribune.