The Lansdowne High School community renewed their cry for a new building at a Baltimore County Board of Education meeting Feb. 2.
The school is scheduled for a renovation that will cost more than $30 million, but parents, teachers and students have been saying the 53-year-old building is beyond repair.
More than 20 people attended the Board of Education meeting in Towson, wearing blue to show solidarity for the cause. Their complaints include asbestos, as well as failing plumbing, cracked tiling, bad drinking water and handicap accessibility issues.
Magnet coordinator Luke Simon said earlier this year that asbestos was found on dance uniforms that had been kept in a...