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Councilman, superintendent to hold meeting on school rezoning

Dr. Wardynski and Councilman Kling will have a meeting with west Huntsville neighborhoods on the impact of school rezoning. Dr. Wardynski and Councilman Kling will have a meeting with west Huntsville neighborhoods on the impact of school rezoning.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Huntsville City Councilman Bill Kling and Dr. Casey Wardynski will meet with west Huntsville neighborhood associations to discuss the impact of the school system rezoning plan.

"There is great concern in West Huntsville concerning the closing of numerous schools in West Huntsville. An empty school building can attract crime and homeless to a neighborhood," said Kling. "I appreciate Dr. Wardynski's openness and willingness to meet with the neighborhoods to hear their concerns, and explain the School System's plan for the empty school buildings."

The meeting is set for May 5. It will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the All Nations Church on Drake Avenue.

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