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Hurley to replace dust collection system in shop classroom


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HURLEY — After months of study the Hurley School District has settled on a new dust collection system for the school’s shop classroom.

The school board was presented with three system proposals from Stainless Specialists of Wausau and voted to purchase a system including installation for $359,685.

District Superintendent Kevin Genisot said he expects the system to be installed over a three-week period, perhaps in the fall.

The current dust collection system predates the school, which opened in 1991, having been brought over from the former J.E. Mu...

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