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Wrenshall Board hears from unhappy residents

Nearly two dozen people attended Monday's Wrenshall school board meeting, none of them to address agenda items.

Four people spoke; two others belatedly said they wanted to give their time to the first speaker. That was Tony Sheda, a frequent speaker at Wrenshall school board meetings. The longtime resident repeated a litany of past complaints to the board, starting with the assertion that a petition that led to the removal of a board-appointed member, Bill Dian, last September was illegal. Sheda blamed "all the nastiness" and extra costs on Unite Wrenshall, the citizen group that gathered sign...

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