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Auburn School Committee discusses water quality, nutrition

AUBURN — The College Committee on Wednesday honored former Metropolis Councilor Alfreda Fournier, who died last week.

Fournier had served as Androscoggin County commissioner earlier than taking a spot on the Metropolis Council the place she served from 2019 to 2021. She died Friday on the age of 75.

The committee remembered Fournier in a second of silence, honoring her “excellent dedication to this group.”

“Should you had been lucky sufficient to know Alfreda,” Committee Chairwoman Karen Mathieu, “then you definitely had been a blessed human being.”

College Division Enterprise Supervisor Mark Conrad briefed the committee on the efforts to judge and remediate water fixtures in metropolis colleges after 57 out of 115 faucets at Edward Little High School had been discovered to have lead ranges above the state’s really useful threshold.

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