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May 12, 2013

New school mold woes

Guilmette summer students will be displaced again


“We want to be careful about how much we're borrowing,” Rivera said. “We want to fix it. At the same time, we want to make sure we're not over-leveraging the city.”

Meanwhile, the mother of a Guilmette fourth-grader, suggested that concerns mold is growing again inside Guilmette's walls may be exaggerated.

“My child is fine,” said Juliana Kentel, a member of the school's Parent Teachers Organization. “Every other child I know is fine. It's been a quiet year for illnesses, last I heard.”

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