Planned school on hold in L.A.

Oct. 10, 2007
New board member wants more community input on site selection.

A sharply divided Los Angeles school board has put a badly needed 1,278-seat campus in the Wilmington neighborhood on hold. The project is already two years and $4.3 million along -- and had once enjoyed unanimous board support. But Richard Vladovic, who joined the board in July, objects to the planned location for the K-8 school. The project would erase a handful of homes along with a supermarket, a bank, a restaurant and several other businesses.

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