New boundaries raise concerns

New boundaries raise concerns

There are 1 comment on the The Recorder story from Feb 1, 2008, titled New boundaries raise concerns. In it, The Recorder reports that:

Tamera Burgoyne of Prince Frederick, who has two children attending Plum Point Elementary School, speaks out in favor of redistricting plan No.

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concerned citizen

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#1 Feb 4, 2008
It is sad in this day and age that when someone writes a story that has the potential to effect several hundreds of children that they do not get their facts correct. Marley Run is the development with the potential to be divided, not Queensberry. The residents of Marley Run are concerned with crossing 2/4, not "windy with blind curves" Wilson Rd. Marley Run is concerned about the number of children effected, however the larger picture needs to be looked at also, overcrowding.

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