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Updated: 01/09/2014 08:00:03AM

Lamarque controversy grows

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SUN PHOTO BY DREW WINCHESTER

North Port resident Charles Hummer presents information Tuesday at the Sarasota School Board meeting that he says shows that Lamarque Elementary School is a dangerous and ailing environment.

SUN PHOTO BY DREW WINCHESTER

Duane Horton, whose son attends Lamarque Elementary School, demands that Sarasota County School Board members allow Charles Hummer to continue to present what Horton felt was vital information.

By DREW WINCHESTER

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SARASOTA COUNTY — Duane Horton warned the Sarasota County Sheriff’s deputy not to touch him. He wanted to hear what Charles Hummer had to say, so he pointed his finger at Sarasota County School Board members, demanding that Hummer be given more than three minutes to speak.

Board Chairwoman Jane Goodwin insisted that Horton pipe down and allow the meeting to continue. But, as a parent of a child who attends Lamarque Elementary School in North Port, Horton felt Hummer was offering better answers than the board or the administration about what possible ills might be plaguing the school.

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