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Temporary asphalt sidewalks worked before
to the editor,
I have read about the concern for children walking to the new
AUPS. I live on Church Street, near the new school. When we moved
into our home, almost four years ago, the new St. Paul's Catholic
School was nearing completion.
The subdivision surrounding the school was nowhere near
completion and even the Herald refused to deliver papers to our
A few weeks before the school opened, the developer made
"sidewalks" from asphalt and the children used these paths to
walk to school. It worked very well until they were able to put in
curbs and permanent sidewalks. Perhaps this would work for the
youngsters walking to the new school as well.