Hurley School plans overflow parking lot
February 18, 2020
By TOM LAVENTURE
HURLEY, Wis. — The Hurley School District Board of Education on Monday started the process of doubling the school’s parking capacity.
The board 4-0 directed the administration to get bid estimates on the cost of removing a section of trees and creating a gravel overflow parking lot adjacent to the existing paved lot. The lot would have space for 130 to 140 vehicles to nearly double the approximately 150 existing spots.
Board member Andy Laurin was not present.
The action followed discussion at previous meetings over the concern that parking...
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