Concerns about traffic backups on U.S. 1, stress on town services and student safety brought unanimous denial by the town council tonight to allow a Bright Futures Academy charter school in a current shopping center.
“As a parent of a fourth-grader, I would love to see the school here. But I have a responsibility as a council member to think about the town,” Vice Mayor Pro Tem Ellen Andel said during the five-hour meeting attended by about 100 residents.
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