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Kamenetz must replace Dulaney High School

Parents and advocates for Dulaney High School stand and cheer after the Baltimore County Board of Education declined to vote on a contract which would have authorized payment for the school's renovation, something some parents opposed.
Parents and advocates for Dulaney High School stand and cheer after the Baltimore County Board of Education declined to vote on a contract which would have authorized payment for the school's renovation, something some parents opposed. (Rachael Pacella / Baltimore Sun Media Group)

As County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced funding for two new high schools on Tuesday morning — Towson High and another in the Central Northeast area, (either Perry Hall or Dulaney), he seems to have forgotten the facts corrected and presented over the past four years by the DHS community ("Kamenetz to propose planning money for two new high schools in FY19 budget," Sept. 19). In addition, the Baltimore County school board voted unanimously at the last public meeting for both Towson and Dulaney specifically to be included in the FY2019 county budget for planning and design of two new schools. The evidence is clear. Let's say it together: "Dulaney High School is the other school being replaced".

Jennifer H. Tarr, Timonium

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