Editor Laura L Thornton firstname.lastname@example.org
Rock Creek Hills Park is not of "adequate size" for a new middle school, an education board member told the planning board chair.
Montgomery County Public Schools ignores the facts about Rock Creek Hills Park, and manifests indifference towards the existence of the elderly residents of the Kensington Park Retirement Community.
The feasibility study illuminates site deficiencies that are consequences of the decision made decades ago to devote one-third of the former Kensington Junior High School site to elder housing.
Wouldn't the new school go where an old school was? Isn't there a hurry? Didn't a feasibility study show that it would fit? Isn't parkland free? There aren't any other sites anyway, right?
M-NCPPC staffer: "Misinformation may have prejudiced the votes of committee members."
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