Moldy food claims called unfounded

Watertown High School. Watertown Daily Times

WATERTOWN — Cornell Cooperative Extension and Watertown City School District say they are standing by their food that is being served as safe and nutritious after an investigation into a claim made by a staff member at a Board of Education meeting on Tuesday.

The staff member, who said her name was Lily at the meeting Tuesday, said there were reports of moldy food and curdled milk.

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