Author(s): Ken Luchterhand
Publication: The Melrose Chronicle
Date: March 10, 2003
Electrical “pollution” at the Mel-Min elementary school at Mindoro has been making staff members ill, according to District Administrator Ron Perry. Several teachers and other staff members have complained of headaches, fatigue, facial flushing, numbness, sensitivity to lights and sound, tingling and loss of taste and smell. But since a contractor has installed electrical filters, the staffs’ symptoms have gone away.
“I was somewhat skeptical at first, but now I’m convinced because of what the people have said to me,” Perry said.