This week’s (Sept. 14) edition has continuing, comprehensive coverage. Among the stories in this week’s edition:
- Superintendent gives jaw-dropping potential 5-year cost: $225M; says one commissioner “that could bankrupt the county”: https://alamancenews.com/jaw-dropping-5-year-costs-of-225m-proposed-by-superintendent/
- Commissioners were already trying to figure what next steps to take: https://alamancenews.com/commissioners-consider-next-steps-financial-options-in-ongoing-mold-discussions-with-abss/
- School board approves mold remediation contracts – after the work is already done: https://alamancenews.com/school-board-retroactively-approves-contracts-for-mold-remediation-and-air-quality-testing/
- School board votes to spend $1M for dehumidifiers: https://alamancenews.com/school-board-oks-using-up-to-1m-in-federal-stimulus-funding-to-rent-dehumidifiers/
- The Public Asks: did mold removal contractor have to provide same assurances that other ABSS contractors are made to give: https://alamancenews.com/the-public-asks-did-mold-remediation-and-air-quality-testing-companies-provide-the-same-insurance-and-background-checks-other-vendors-are-required-to/
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