The Palm Beach County School District may need to sink more money into fixing what some school board members are calling “serious” safety code violations found at schools this past year, despite a strapped capital budget.
At Wednesday’s board meeting, several members voiced concerns over just how serious the problems are at the schools and said they needed more information from district officials.
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