Asbestos problems that closed Montpelier’s Main Street Middle School to the public have been resolved.
School officials say the building is once again open to the public and the staff is preparing for the first day of school Sept. 2.
The school was closed to the public earlier this summer because of possible asbestos contamination when floor tiles were being replaced.
Superintendent Steve Metcalf says tests of the air and surfaces on the third floor met standards and the building was reopened.
Information from: The Times Argus, http://www.timesargus.com/