Fresno City Council Member Lee Brand has joined with Council President Oliver Baines to propose forming a council committee with authority to discuss issues of mutual interest with trustees of the four major school districts in town.
Fresno City Council Member Lee Brand has joined with Council President Oliver Baines to propose forming a council committee with authority to discuss issues of mutual interest with trustees of the four major school districts in town. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee file photo
Fresno City Council Member Lee Brand has joined with Council President Oliver Baines to propose forming a council committee with authority to discuss issues of mutual interest with trustees of the four major school districts in town. Eric Paul Zamora Fresno Bee file photo

Bill seeks cooperation between schools, City Hall

October 19, 2015 06:17 PM

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