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Membrane of Roof Becomes Unattached in High Winds

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Students arrived Friday morning to see workers in fluorescent vests and large work trucks in the parking lot of Community High School. According to Dean Marci Tuzinsky, the membrane of the roof became unattached in the 60 mph wind that had left many homes without power just two days before. The workers are currently repairing the roof, though they do not know how long it will take. Eventually, the whole roof may have to be replaced.

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