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PUBLIC OFFERS INPUT ON SCHOOL CROWDING

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The Jordan Board of Education continued to monitor public opinion on proposed boundary changes and over-crowding problems Tuesday night at Mount Jordan Middle School, 9380 S. 300 East.

The Jordan District is one of the fastest growing in the state, contributing almost one-third of the state's enrollment growth this year.Parents, politicians and city planners turned out Tuesday to offer suggestions and answers to the over-whelming problems. The five-hour meeting was the second held to gather comment from patrons on the changes. The board will discuss all alternatives at a Nov. 24 meeting.