Rogers Board: Disabilities Law Not Issue In Grievance

Plumber Finds No Satisfaction in Board Decision

Posted: January 31, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The Rogers School District won’t put more effort into following a federal disabilities law, the Rogers School Board decided Thursday night, despite repeated protests from the district master plumber.


"I don’t want to get lost in the ADA because that’s not really what’s at issue,”

Jerry Carmichael, Rogers School Board board president

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