DANVILLE, WV — Remediation began Monday on two Boone County schools that were closed in mid-July due to the discovery of methamphetamine (meth) residue, according to WOWK-TV.
The contract for the cleanup was given to Meth Lab Cleanup LLC for nearly $170,000 and is expected to take 14 days, the article stated.
According to the article, in May, Principal Keith Phipps and teacher Jack Turley were arrested on charges of making and smoking meth on school property.
Boone County Career and Technical Center was the only building found with residue; the school’s South campus was deemed clean, the article noted.
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