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Asbestos Plan 

In accordance with the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) of 1988, Fayetteville-Manlius Schools inspects for asbestos materials and has developed a written management plan for all assumed and conformed asbestos-containing materials.

Beginning in 1989, all district-owned facilities were inspected for asbestos and management plans were developed for each building according to AHERA requirements. Triennial re-inspections are conducted every three years. Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES of Syracuse completed F-M’s triennial inspection in the spring of 2013 and completed its report in July 2013.

All asbestos-containing materials in the school buildings are in good condition and the district will continue to manage them in place, as recommended by the accredited asbestos management planner in the district’s AHERA Inspection and Management Plan.

All asbestos-containing building materials in the district will continue to be visually inspected at six-month intervals and a complete re-inspection will take place again in 2016. All custodial and maintenance staff have undergone two-hour Asbestos Awareness Training.

The summary report on the visual inspection and re-inspection, as well as the AHERA Management Plan, are on file and available for public review from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the ICC Building on Pride Lane behind F-M High School.

Questions concerning asbestos may be directed to

Mr. Russell McCarty, Asbestos Program Designee

ICC Building

1 Pride Lane

Manlius, NY 13104

phone- 692-1250, fax- 692-1259



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