A concerned parent as contacted the Gurn, this parent believes there should be a public meeting held in the town to discuss both the possible health risks that pupils and staff may face at the Academy and the disruption to the pupils' education. The parent believes that the meeting should also be open to primary school parents whose children will eventually go to the Academy and that Nairn's four councillors should be present to answer questions.
Meanwhile the £1.8 million that will be spent on Nairn Academy has raised envious eyebrows in the North and tough questions are being asked of Wick's local councillors. Read about it here. Provost Liz has already renewed her call for a new school but the Wick article demonstrates that Nairn will be fighting for funding against other communities that will consider themselves just as deserving. The whole Nairnshire community needs to get behind the call for a new Academy and perhaps a public meeting would be the best way forward.
What do you think? Do you feel that the Academy is a safe building? You can vote over on the Gurn on Sunday Opinion Poll - you'll find it in the side-bar on the right hand side at the top of the page