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Durham alternative school evicted

Posted April 30, 2010

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— A nonprofit school for at-risk youth in Durham is looking for a new home after falling behind on the rent.

Fran Alexander, executive director of EDGE Training and Placement Inc., said the program was about $10,000 in arrears and was evicted from 800 N. Mangum St. on Friday.

Volunteers helped move equipment and furniture Friday to temporary quarters at Lion Of Judah Prophetic Outreach Center, at 717 N. Hardee St.


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  • starletta Apr 30, 2010

    Perhaps the school can ask the Chief of Police and all of the citizens of Durham to help (since it is such a "safe" place) . . . see previous article.