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AN ACT APPROPRIATING MONEY TO THE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SCHOOL.

WHEREAS, the Booker T. Washington School in the New Castle Special School District is a school for mentally retarded children,

WHEREAS, a problem is created by certain of these children who are characterized as "Runners",

WHEREAS, "Runners" leave the school grounds upon dismissal as quickly as they can on occasion endangering their lives in front of automobiles, and

WHEREAS, a four or five foot fence would correct the problem,

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware:

Section 1. There is appropriated to the Booker T. Washington School in the New Castle School District $3,300.00 to be used for the construction of a fence.

Section 2. This Act is a supplementary appropriation and the moneys appropriated shall be paid by the State Treasurer out of the General Fund of the State of Delaware to the Booker T. Washington School in the New Castle Special School District.

NOTE: This bill became a law on July 11, 1961, without the approval of the Governor and in accordance with Section 18, Article 3 of the Constitution of Delaware.