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School board hears rusty water concerns

January 8, 2014

The Woonsocket School Board, from left, includes Daniel Chattman, Susan Pawlina, Vice Chairman Soren Seale, Chairman George Lacouture, School Superintendent Giovanna Donoyan, and Jose Rivera. (Photo by Joseph B. Nadeau)

WOONSOCKET – The school department is still working to find answers to a rusty water problem at its middle school complex off Hamlet Avenue after parents took their concerns about the problem to the city’s appointed school board Wednesday night.

Alethea Forcier, a member of the middle school PTO, detailed concerns she raised with the City Council on Monday while offering that problem of iron in the water does not appear to have been resolved by the school department’s attempts to flush the two school building’s water lines.

See full story in Thursday's print edition.

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