Residents don't like proposed site for high school

Jan. 9, 2008
Broward County (Fla.) district is considering a site in Davie

The proposed site for a new high school in Davie, Fla., is too small, residents say. They are complaining to the Broward County district that it would bring too much traffic and would be a bad fit for the neighboring communities. Finding a place to build the school hasn't been easy. For more than a year, the school board and district officials have considered and rejected 18 prospective spots for the school.

Click here to read The South Florida Sun-Sentinel article.

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