A poll being conducted for taxpayer input into the future of Cleveland school buildings is raising major concerns among several city councilmen.

Polling is being conducted citywide. Residents who live in Collinwood are being asked whether Collinwood High School, whose student enrollment is about one-third of the building’s capacity, should be closed and the students moved to another building or whether the unused portion of the building should be closed.

Glenville residents are getting the same questions about Glenville High School.

“You try to close either one of those high schools, you’re in for a major fight,” City Councilman Mike Polensek said. “If they try putting the student populations from Glenville and Collinwood together, you’re going to have to bring back the troops from Afghanistan to guard that building.”

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