The stir over the quality of air in Wilton schools will perhaps be laid to rest with Tuesday’s action by the Board of Education.
The board voted to hire a second company to undertake a comprehensive indoor air quality assessment of Miller-Driscoll school. This will begin early next month and should be completed by the end of March, Superintendent of Schools Gary Richards said. The assessment will focus on temperature, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, particulates, humidity, and microbial samples. The new company, TRC Environmental, will also conduct a radon test. The cost will be a bit over $21,000.