MCCANDLESS, Pa. - Parents in one of the area's largest school districts will get a chance to make their voices heard on a plan to close one of their schools.
The North Allegheny School District has plans to close Peebles Elementary School. Wednesday night, board members voted to a hold a public hearing before the final vote takes place.
Peebles Elementary was recommended for closure because of a declining population in the McCandless area.
The public hearing is scheduled for Jan. 30.
Public hearing scheduled on closure of North Allegheny school
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