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Ottawa Impact looks to appoint anti-‘woke’ candidate to CMH board

Ottawa Impact looks to appoint anti-‘woke’ candidate to CMH board
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OTTAWA COUNTY — After weathering a series of controversies, the Ottawa County Community Mental Health Board of Directors is set to fill a vacancy. The recommended candidate has been an outspoken critic of CMH’s “woke” agenda.

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Grand Haven Township’s Stephen Rockman will be considered for the role during the county’s talent and recruitment meeting Tuesday, Sept. 19. He was selected from a field of 14 candidates to serve as a family member of someone who receives CMH services.

Rockman’s son, who has autism, lives in a Kent County group home. He told the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners in January that he and his wife have “dealt with bureaucracy from two different counties” and share frustration over a lack of housing for those with developmental disabilities.





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