Published October 24, 2021.
LOVELAND, Ohio — Colette Boyko says the best part of running for the school board has been getting to know so many people in the community.
The candidate for the Loveland City School District school board thinks her listening skills will be her key to success as a school board member – something she feels has been lacking in recent years as it relates to school board members. Watching two school levies fail in recent years prompted her desire to be on the board and she launched her campaign.
Boyko sat down with Joe Wessels, the publisher of Loveland Local News, on a beautiful fall day on the rooftop of Ramsey’s Trailside in downtown Loveland, to discuss school funding, what comes next for the soon-to-be finally strapped Loveland school system.
Boyko also talks about her decision to run on a slate with fellow first-time candidates Elizabeth Mason and Al Juram.
Recorded on 9/28/2021.
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