“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.”