The principal of Evansville's Joshua Academy is voicing her concerns against a proposed halfway house that would be very close to her school.
"I think once you've served your consequence, then you should be given a second chance. But what I know is that when I talk about kids, the rule of thumb that I go by is do no harm. There should be no risks," Decker said.
Joshua Academy is backed by Evansville City Council Member Stephanie Brinkerhoff-Riley, who says she'll also be at the meeting. She plans to also ask the board to not give Transition House Inc. permission to be near a school.
The meeting starts at 4:00 Thursday afternoon.
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