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City Awaiting State Funding For New Allegany

January 27th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Allegany County and the city of Cumberland are eagerly awaiting news from the state regarding the funding of a new Allegany High School on Haystack Mountain.  Speaking to WCBC Radio at the Mountain Maryland PACE reception, Cumberland Mayor Brian Grim said the city has been an eager partner throughout the process.

One Response to “City Awaiting State Funding For New Allegany”

  1. January 28, 2012 at 7:53 am, Linmarie said:

    Allegany County also needs to add snow removal espense for the new high school discussion.In other school systems during questionable weather there is a 3 hour delay. Then if they have to close schools there is time so the bus drivers don’t have to get their buses ready. Schools can start after the 3 hour delay and not close,too. Seton drive has a mind of its own where weather is concerned. I am sure the parents will be uptight knowing their teenagers are driving up/down Seton Drive during the winter months.So the cost of winter snow removal, timely school closings,and teen driver safety awareness need to be included in the discussions.


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