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Updated: 10/11/2017 08:30:11AM

Deputy mayor cannot vote on Bok North

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PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

The Hardman School Complex was named in honor of longtime Lake Wales historian Mimi Hardman.

PHOTO BY CHARLES A. BAKER III

Lake Wales Mayor Eugene Fultz proclaimed Oct. 23-29 as Florida City Government Week with City Manager Ken Fields Oct. 3.

By CHARLES A. BAKER III

cbaker@scmginc.com

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LAKE WALES – For at least the past three years, Lake Wales Charter Schools Superintendent Dr. Jesse Jackson has been trying to lobby the Lake Wales City Commission to donate a historic city-owned building to build another charter middle school, Bok North.

In accordance with Section 2-476 of the Lake Wales City Code, the commission can only give a property away to another governmental body, in other words, they cannot just give the building in question to a non-profit charter school board of trustees.

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