TROLLER: There’s “no conclusive evidence” that LHS Athletic Director Justin Troller and another teacher conspired to get a student suspended, a School Board investigator concludes, a finding that diverges from one of the reasons the superintendent recommends he be fired.

OAKBRIDGE: Land at the Oakbridge and Grasslands developments along Harden Boulevard went through state-certified reclamation process before homes were built on a former phosphate mine, the Drummond Companies said in response to a homeowners’ lawsuit that contends inadequate reclamation led to high radiation levels and health hazards.

THAT SMELL: County officials ordered BS Ranch and Farm to quit accepting new waste to process until it fixes the odor problem at its plant off Maine Avenue near the Polk Parkway.

Source: The Ledger

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