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Thomas Keely said, "With aviation technology changing so rapidly, it is critical that Navy training be responsive to those changes and integrate them into our curriculum, labs and classrooms.
Also, he said, the city has to be responsive to the needs of the different parts of the city and work to improve the quality of life in all neighborhoods.
Those cases were basically saying that the reason there's a problem here, the reason we are still worried about voting discrimination, is not that blacks can't register and vote - they can - it's that they can register and vote without success in electing people who will be responsive to their interests.
The closer (the vote) can be to an identifiable neighborhood, the more likely government is going to be responsive,'' said South Central resident Adrian Dove, a member of the Congress of Racial Equality.
MAIN CAMPAIGN ISSUE: I would be responsive to the input from the community on major issues.
SOUND BITE: ``I will continue to be responsive and available to the students, parents, teachers and community, and I promise my only agenda will always be what is best for the education of our students.