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Brian Dey Tuesday will pitch to Sturtevant trustees the idea of a school district independent of Racine Unified.

Dey is one of the key organizers behind the push to create a separate district in Caledonia, and he will explain the vision and mission behind the initiative at the Sturtevant village board meeting.

Trustees invited Dey to make the presentation after he appeared before the Mount Pleasant village board in September.

Officials in both Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant are interested in the steps the Caledonia group is taking either to join that village’s efforts or to form their own district.

“We have to recognize the import of this area east of I-94,” Village President Steve Jansen said earlier this fall. “We need to decide if we want to be part of this or not.”

The Sturtevant board meeting begins at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Village Hall, 2801 89th Street, Call (262) 886-7200.

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