Crappy patch job, Dartmouth High School parking lot.
Wayne Clark, operations, HRM school board, 464-2000.
Last summer Clark told us the lot would be repaved before last school year, but only last week did a crew get around to filling some of the pot holes. The rest of the lot remains a mess, and it likely won't last another winter. The asphalt needs to be pulled up completely, the underlying gravel re-laid and the job done right. For now, the school board is sending a clear message: Dartmouth doesn't matter.
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will Kevin use part of his salary to finance his campaign or will he accept…
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It's just that, a theory. Impossible to verify empirically