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Board Discusses Construction

Repairs agreed on for Cameron High School

July 10, 2013

Outstanding and upcoming construction projects were the highlights of a light agenda during Tuesday’s Marshall County Board of Education meeting....

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Jul-11-13 8:27 AM

the boe's think that it is their money.

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Jul-10-13 7:39 PM

Additionally, Lewicki said any conversations that would have been had last year are no longer relevant, as financial figures for the district have changed, along with the severity of potential problems.

The board also met briefly behind closed doors to discuss property transactions.

Mr. Lewicki, nothing is ever relevant because every time someone opens their mouth it's a lie.

Glad to see the new administration is following their predecessors and discussing items behind closed doors. Why in the world would property transactions need to be discussed behind closed's our money for goodness sakes!

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Jul-10-13 7:34 PM

Good questions MAX387. The reason PCS/McKinley did not give the tour is they have bolted, who would want anything to do with this clustermess. And we all know who will foot the bill. A leaky roof, a HVAC system that doesn't work, classrooms not finished, equipment sitting not hooked up, cracks throughout the foundation, orange plastic fencing instead of railings and poor landscaping. What a mess.

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Jul-10-13 12:02 PM

surely they got a warranty with this building.

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Jul-10-13 9:52 AM

Grae Con Construction was not the contractor on Cameron High School, as spelled out in a million NR articles. Why did the new Superintendent tour with them? Are they being hired to fix some mistakes of the past fools before them? Isn't Project and Construction Services the county's representative? Why didn't they take the new Super and Asst. Super on a tour of Cameron? What caused the damage to the floor? Is Grae-Con going to fix this? Will this cost the tax payers of Marshall County more? What the heck? There is a lot of information missing. I am afraid this means get out your checkbooks again Marshall County residents.

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