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The name for the new Redmond High School will be revealed very soon. But some Redmond residents have been very critical about how the name is chosen and who is responsible. Last night, at the Redmond City Council meeting, Mayor George Endicott and Councilor Ed Boero spoke out about the anonymous comments appearing on a media website: “There were some anonymous comments on one of the television stations websites that were real personal in terms of the process and the person they selected to complete the process. And you know when people make those types of comments, if you've got a problem with how they're naming the high school, what you should do is go to the school board and not beat up the volunteers who led the process. They did a great job. I don't think any of us [council] were happy about that part of it." Boero says naming the school is supposed to be a fun process that involves the entire community, and there was plenty of opportunity for people to voice their opinion in person. 

 

 

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