BUFFALO, N.Y.- The Buffalo School board is considering making a change to its meeting policy that has some parents and others in the community upset.
School Board Member Ralph Hernandez says the school board administration has proposed some changes to the public comment portion of the school board meetings.
Wednesday evening, the board will discuss decreasing the number of speakers from thirty to twenty, and limiting each topic to five speakers.
There is currently already a three minute time limit in place, and anyone who wants a chance to address the board must sign up by calling the district office before noon on the Monday before the meeting.
Hernandez says the board's administration has suggested the changes, in part because of the past several meetings they've seen the same groups monopolizing the speakers segment.