For the last two years, Miller-Driscoll School has been the subject of seeming unending controversy and rumors. The latest have been swirling around skepticism the primary school would be ready to welcome its students — pre-k to second grade — when schools open on Sept. 6.
In the words of First Selectman Lynne Vanderslice, it will. “You can feel confident this is going to be done,” she said at the end of a walk-through on Tuesday, Aug. 23. She added parents need not worry.