School board accepts bid to install keyless entry system
IRONWOOD — The Ironwood Area School Board of Education accepted a bid to install a keyless entry system during a meeting on Monday at Luther L. Wright School in Ironwood.
Three bids were submitted for the project, and the board selected the lowest bid from Northstar Electronics in Ironwood. The cost is $8,842.17 and includes installing systems to the the entrance at Sleight Elementary and the main and West Pabst Street entrances at LLW.
According to superintendent Tim Kolesar, the system includes a buzzer, allowing a potential visitor to notify a staff member to gain entry into the buildi...
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