The owner of the school, Jean Chorbajian, is proposing to use two temporary buildings for classrooms next year and possibly 2004 that will hold 40 children until a permanent school with four classrooms is built on the property.
wouldn't have bought the property if it was in a dangerous location.She
said city engineers have affirmed the site's safety and said many of Niziolek's concerns are unfounded. Chorbajian
said some of the school's driveway will be paved, and teachers will walk children into the school after they are dropped off by parents.She
said other precautions will be taken, including the construction of a 6-foot fence that will keep children from the road.
"I think it's a lovely place for a school," she
said."Schools don't belong in shopping centers, not by Kmarts, they belong a little bit in the country."
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