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New Blog Chronicles Methacton School District Politics

Methacton alum Kyle Allebach has launched Methacton Politics, a blog chronicling the school district news that isn't making the local papers.

Many Lower Providence Patch readers may recognize Kyle Allebach's name from his blog posts here on Patch.footing in the blogosphere and has launched Methacton Politics, a blog focused on "the little things that happen in the Methacton School District that seem to never end up in The Times Herald or never talked about as local news."

According to Allebach, he's been a regular at school board meetings for the last five years and he pledges that facts posted on his page will be public knowledge and publicly sourced. 

Allebach launched the blog last month and has already done a pretty good job of covering the latest in the Worcester lighting ordinance debacle, Methacton's plans for new planetarium equipment and a few of the items that were missing from the last school board meeting. I don't mind telling you that Allebach is kicking both the Herald's and my asses in terms of district coverage. My hat's off to him.

If you're really interested in Methacton news, add Allebach's blog to your bookmarks.

Kyle Allebach May 03, 2013 at 06:54 PM
Aww shucks, James, ya makin' me blush. Thanks for the post! I'll be sure to keep everyone up to speed on Methacton's Politics.
Candy Allebach May 04, 2013 at 11:50 AM
thanks for the great article about Kyle and his blog. We are so proud of him. He does a great job, considering, a reporter from the Times Hearld attends the school board meetings and lets just say, his articles a really lacking! The last meeting was 2 hours long and the only item he put in his article was a discussion about the football lights, not about maybe the district borrowing another 5 million dollars, etc. Again, thank you for your interest in our son, he does a parent proud!!!!

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