Neighbor blames school renovations for home flooding
The board denied the request, with members stating that it could not be proved there was a direct relationship between the water in his basement and work at the school.
“I understand where that discussion is going, but I think it opens up a very slippery slope for the school district for a whole raft of potential claimants and all kind of circumstances,” said School Board member Bernard Campbell.
“It’s been a wet year and people have water problems all the time,” said Morgan. “There could be numerous reasons why it happened.”
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