Excerpt from article titled:Time for some due diligence

Suffolk City Council voted 5-3 on Wednesday to deny a request for a permit that would have allowed the school system to build and operate a new school on Copeland Road. The new facility is intended as a replacement to aging and inadequate elementary schools serving the Whaleyville and Holland communities.
City Council members shared the concerns of the Planning Commission that placing the new, combined school in its proposed location would be contrary to the city’s comprehensive plan and could expose students to a variety of problems, ranging from exposure to farm chemicals to high fluoride levels in the well water that would be used at the facility…

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