The Cameron High School project will be a main point of discussion Tuesday when the Marshall County Board of Education meets for the final time with the current county administration.
Superintendent Fred Renzella and Assistant Superintendent Wayne Simms, who were the county's top two administrators for the duration of the project, are set to retire Sunday. The board Tuesday will hear two presentations under the communications portion of the agenda, including a report on the punch list from Rick Milhoan of Project and Construction Services.
Larry Dunn, who worked on the HVAC system at the school, will provide an update on the remedial work needing to be completed at the building. That work includes the construction of a cooling tower to operate the chilled beam HVAC system, which was a point of contention between the district and Scalise Industries Inc.
Also under communications, the board will learn of responses to advertisements to refinance and sell bonds for the John Marshall High School renovation project. Additionally, the board will hear from Consol Energy inc. regarding a donation of property to Cameron High School.
The Marshall County Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the board office on Fourth Street in Moundsville.