Long-time Carnage Magnet Middle School custodian Joseph Gordon, 75, returns a vacuum cleaner to the custodial maintenance room Friday morning, April 15, 2016 while working at the 1100 student 6-8th grade school in southeast Raleigh. It would cost $7.3 million to restore full custodial service to Wake County schools.
Long-time Carnage Magnet Middle School custodian Joseph Gordon, 75, returns a vacuum cleaner to the custodial maintenance room Friday morning, April 15, 2016 while working at the 1100 student 6-8th grade school in southeast Raleigh. It would cost $7.3 million to restore full custodial service to Wake County schools. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Long-time Carnage Magnet Middle School custodian Joseph Gordon, 75, returns a vacuum cleaner to the custodial maintenance room Friday morning, April 15, 2016 while working at the 1100 student 6-8th grade school in southeast Raleigh. It would cost $7.3 million to restore full custodial service to Wake County schools. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
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