Lower Merion School District leaders: Limited options mean Stoneleigh ‘must be explored’

The superintendent of the Lower Merion School District and the head of the suburban school district's board of directors say "condemning 6.9 acres or even all 42 acres of Stoneleigh" must be considered as part of plans for a new middle school given the limited options for construction in the tony suburb.

In an letter, published by Main Line Media News over Memorial Day weekend, Superintendent Robert Copeland and Dr. Melissa R. Gilbert, president of the Lower Merion school system's board of directors,…

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