LCC school facilities options are still being studied

LAUREL — Even though a school improvement bond issue failed at the ballot box last November, Laurel- Concord-Coleridge School Board members say something must still be done to address issues with the local school facilities.

At their recent retreat, LCC Board members held discussion on an analysis of the November 2020 bond election, including voter turnout and post-election survey results.

Discussion was held regarding options and priorities for facility improvement planning, including scope and budget estimates.

At Monday’s School Board meeting, the Board also agreed to extend, and amend the Construction Manager at Risk Agreement.

The agreement the Board initially made with Hausmann Construction as the Construction Manager at Risk formally ended when the bond issue election did not pass in November 2020.

This action extends, amends and modifies the construction manager at risk agreement through to the next bond issue election, should the board decide to pass a resolution to the same. As before, all pre-bond election services are and continue to be provided to the district by Hausmann at no cost.

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