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Vienna traffic headaches expected to impact start of school

Vienna traffic headaches expected to impact start of school

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VIENNA, Ohio - When school starts in a few weeks, students and parents at Mathews High School in Vienna should expect some traffic headaches.

A sewer line project has a portion of Warren-Sharon Road, in front of the school, shut down in one direction. The project is expected to last a couple more months.  Mathews Board of Education met Thursday evening to discuss how it could affect student drop-off, pick-up and other after-school activities.

"There will likely be some assistance from both the township, with our police department and through the county with flaggers. And certainly our superintendent will be utilizing and in communication with those departments, so that we are sure those resources are being used to help out and make sure we have things running as smoothly as we can," said Kenneth Wallace, Mathews Board of Education President.

Families can expect more information from the district in the coming weeks through either a newsletter or the schools one-call system.




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