Q: Will the cut branches created by the firebreak around the Country Club Estates neighborhood at the west end of Airport Road be chipped? If so, will the chips be left on the ground or removed?
A: According to Payson Fire Department Chief Martin deMasi, the piles will be burned in the winter when the fire danger is low and because burning is much more cost-effective than chipping.
Q: Why aren't programs in the elementary school unilateral? For instance, why is something, like the children's art program that was recently offered at Frontier Elementary School, offered at one school and not the other?
A: PUSD Elementary Schools work to make certain that the curriculum is the same at each school.
After school events are planned by each staff according to student need, staff talents, and parent input, said Payson Unified School District Superintendent Sue Myers.
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