Penfield Board of Education changes speaking rules after heated exchange during meeting last month

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PENFIELD, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Penfield Board of Education unveiled new rules for its next regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday.

Last month, there was a heated exchange between a parent and a now-former school board member. News10NBC reported on the incident when it happened.

This upcoming meeting will be held at the Penfield High School Commons at 6:30 p.m. and there will be new rules about speaking times.

Parents must now sign up to speak using a form that the district sent to parents a link to via email.

They will be allowed three minutes each and there will only be 30 minutes total of speaking time.