KEEDYSVILLE -- School redistricting and police protection were among the issues discussed Tuesday night in a meeting the Washington County Commissioners held in Keedysville.
The commissioners met with residents at Keedysville Town Hall, where Mayor Matt Hull said there are concerns about a proposed school redistricting plan in the county.
Among the concerns is a proposal to send children from new developments in town to Rockland Woods Elementary School and to send the rest of the town's elementary students to Boonsboro Elementary, Hull said.
Hull said splitting the town's elementary school students between two schools "goes against my gut feeling." Washington County Board of Education member Ruth Anne Callaham, who was at the meeting, said redistricting is "one of those things you look at a lot. We're doing the best we can."