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Hurley K-12 school expansion bid process to be decided


December 14, 2018


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HURLEY — The Hurley School Board will consider the bid process for the planned technology education expansion project at Monday’s regular monthly meeting.

The school board originally discussed a 4,300-square-foot addition to the technology (wood and metal shops) area at the K-12 school that would cost around $1.1 million and a wellness center costing around $1 million.

When the planning process began, district administrator Chris Patritto said the school district had a $3.9 million fund balance, so a special referendum to fund the project would...

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