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SPANISH FORK (KSL News Services) -- Neighbors surrounding the state's biggest charter school are complaining about the amount of traffic surrounding the school.
American Leadership Academy Principal Rob Muelstein says they don't receive public money to bus students so students are usually dropped off by parents. The Spanish Fork School only has one access road, creating a 15 minute delay for anyone trying to get in or out of the area during peak travel times. The residential traffic jam is making some local commuters and residents furious.
Muelstein says they’re working with city leaders to resolve the issue. He hopes the road will be approved soon.
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