Some question proposed Loudoun County school site

May 27, 2008
Some residents fear school construction could bring unwanted growth to area

School officials in Loudoun County, Va., are trying to buy 100 acres of land for a new middle school and high school, part of an effort to relieve school crowding and play catch-up with the rapid growth the county has experienced. But rather than viewing the proposal as a way to address the effects of growth, some residents have complained that it could prompt development that they don't want.

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