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School bus drivers share concerns

January 28, 2014

NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County school bus drivers are worried that moving all Weirton buses to the New Cumberland bus garage will compromise student safety, increase wear and tear on the buses, and......

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RealConcernefCitizen

Jan-30-14 10:47 AM

MikeB, that is BS. Route 2 is already overwhelmed with Flammable bombs on trailers running up and down due to Ergon and other petroleum transporters, now the county is add buses to this small 2 lane route, and is going to waste $20,000 per year on fuel, for no good reason. The levy was passed based on information provided to the voters. Now the School board is going back on their promise, as is the typical MO of government agencies in WV. How do we call for a new vote, no confidence vote, to reject this levy or this Super. do we need petition?

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MikeBuddy

Jan-29-14 9:57 AM

I've never heard such a load of crap is my life. The only concern the bus drivers have is that they will have to get their lazy butts out of bed a half hour earlier to drive to their bus. Their objections have nothing whatsoever to do with student safety. Just watch the many drivers who text or yap on their cell phones while driving a busload of students to see just how concerned they are about safety.

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