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Scott says Baltimore should spend $34M surplus on school heating and air conditioning

By: Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Council President Brandon Scott urged Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young on Wednesday to use an estimated $34 million city budget surplus on heating and cooling in schools, the lack for years of which has caused students to stay home — or be sent home — on particularly intemperate days.

Images of Baltimore school children shivering in their classrooms in heavy coats went viral in late 2017, drawing national attention to the poor conditions in city schools.

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By Authority: People for Brandon M. Scott,  Leland Shelton  , Treasurer. 


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