Would a ward system where school-board members are elected from specific neighborhoods benefit the East Ramapo district? Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski, D-New City, suggested Thursday that he may consider legislation that would switch the school board’s elections from a town-wide vote to a district-by-district vote. Doing so would better ensure that the various communities within the large district are represented on the board, he said. “Perhaps we should go to a district or a ward-type system, where you give all the communities in that school district the ability to elect a representative,” Zebrowski said on The Capitol Pressroom, a public radio show. That’s another way we could go. Read the complete Journal News story here.