BUFFALO, N.Y. - We've talked about redistricting congressional districts, State Senate and assembly districts.
Now the Buffalo Public Schools are redistricting it's six districts to deal with the population shift across the city.
The district has been holding a number of meetings across the city to talk to voters about what's going on. District leaders say you're likely to notice the change in the voting booth, but it shouldn't have an impact on the schools directly.
Redistricting happens every ten years because the district needs to make sure that each board member is representing about the same amount of people in their district.