New site for Harding High takes a ste...

New site for Harding High takes a step forward

There are 3 comments on the Connecticut Post story from May 1, 2013, titled New site for Harding High takes a step forward. In it, Connecticut Post reports that:

Despite worries of putting schoolchildren on a property that needs to be cleansed of arsenic and other contaminants, a key City Council committee Tuesday recommended that officials move forward with a plan to acquire part of the General Electric Co.'s Boston Avenue property to build a new Harding High School .

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BPT

Sherman, CT

#1 May 1, 2013
the problem is not the BUILDING...........

Since: Aug 10

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#2 May 1, 2013
It is the students high on drugs. Best of luck to the staff.
Lifeisshort

United States

#3 May 3, 2013
The current location of Harding HS allows vehicular traffic from many directions which doesn't add much to the traffic situation.
Has anyone planned out, or even thought about, the obvious traffic problems that would occur at the new site when school is out and everyone wants to enter Boston Ave from the school??!! There won't be many avenues of exit from the school and they all lead to Boston Ave. Most of the students commute down Central Ave. and parallel streets which means going ACROSS Boston Ave. Hello traffic nightmare! Plus you will always get the slow moving, pants-down-underware-showing monkeys strutting their stuff holding up traffic.
Yeah, this new High School location sounds like a GREAT idea! Another brain fart brought to you by the city of Bpt.

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