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Some Oppose Effort To Construct New Allegany High School

May 28th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

A recent letter to the editor suggested that the Allegany County Board of Education is misguided in its effort to see a new Allegany High School constructed at the site of the former Sacred Heart Hospital building- suggesting that Cumberland no longer needs more than one high school. The project received a boost this past week when the Maryland Board of Public Works approved an IAC recommendation for planning for the new school. Superintendent Dr David Cox, appearing on WCBC’s “Dave Norman Show” said that while he understands there are some opponents of the project- it is necessary given student population trends and the badly deteriorating condition of the current Allegany…





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