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By THOMAS SCHMITT
For the Herald 

Spring Cove School Board Approves $681,901 Paving Project

 

February 20, 2020



Discussion was intense and lengthy before the Spring Cove School District School Board took a vote on exactly how much they wanted to spend on repaving the entire Central High School/Bean Hill parking lots during the Tuesday, Feb. 18, regular meeting.

The entire bid for the Central High School Paving Project from New Enterprise Stone and Lime came in at $768,294. Business Manager Kathy Hazenstab said this figure would leave the board with $560,000 additional funding to find for the paving job from what was initially budgeted for, which was $250,000. The parking lot is original pavement and...



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Reader Comments
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Bruceparts writes:

I know things need repair and maintenance, but do take exception to the school board members exaggerating to make things seem worse than they are. I graduated from Central in ‘74. The parking lot was less than half the size it is now, so it’s not 60 years old. There were tennis courts at the end of. It wasn’t expanded until the 80’s. And it’s a parking lot! It doesn’t need to be perfectly smooth and even. I’m also concerned that when they dig down to “ground level”, the contractor will find another problem that adds more money to the project. It goes on and on...

 
 
 

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