Air Testing at Mt Greylock School Reveal No Hazards Identified
School officials say no health risks have been identified at Mount Greylock Regional School.
The school was closed Friday to allow engineers to check the heating and air conditioning system after a number of complaints about an odor in the new academic wing.
Superintendent Kimberley Grady, in an email to the school community on Friday evening, said the building was inspected by a team of licensed professionals that included the town's health inspector and the plumbing engineer for the project.
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