$1.8 Million to Dozier Elementary For Mold


By Caroline Kelly

MONTGOMERY (WNCF)- The Montgomery County Board of Education voted on a project to help the mold problem at Dozier Elementary.

This recommendation came from Montgomery Public School’s Superintendent, Barbara Thompson, at a news conference Tuesday evening.

The board voted on the $1.8 million project and it passed 5-1. Thompson hopes to have the air as clean, if not cleaner, then the air found outside the school.

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toxicmoldtruth said on Friday, Feb 26 at 8:16 PM

Dozier school officials and parents may want to check out the remarkable research on toxic mold removal done by environmental expert Dr Ed Close. Simply diffusing a therapeutic-grade oil regularly in these school buildings would likely result in an environment very hostile to mold. Moreover, numerous studies have shown breathing natural oils improves classroom performance. http://www.secretofthieves.com/mold.cfm/79544

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