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Although USD 348 Superintendent Paul Dorathy remains hopeful an agreement can be reached with the city to provide a community storm shelter, the Baldwin City Council is standing by its decision not to partner with the district in offering a community shelter at the Performing Arts Center and is looking to set a public meeting on emergency preparedness.

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Baldwin City stands by shelter decision, looks to schedule storm preparedness meeting

While maintaining their position that the city can’t be involved in community storm shelter with the Baldwin school district, Baldwin City Council members Monday called for a public meeting this spring on severe weather preparedness.


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