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transportation, maintenance yards, 1st priorities?

Original post made by Steven Nelson on Aug 29, 2012

First MVWSD Bond spending: RFP
Do you think "Create permanent office space and maximize yard for the transportation department" and "create centralized warehouse space for the maintenance and operations department" are first priority items for the STUDENT FACILITIES money? These are now on the District list (RFP) for Crittenden and Graham. These 'permanent' items (rather than refurbishment) are estimated at a total of:

$8,000,000 in the SFIP Budget Cost Estimate. (pg 3)

IMO this is how to run out of money (for students) fast!

Many student classrooms have the same (not great) earthquake ratings as these older corporation yard buildings. (Conditions and Needs Analysis)

Don't tell me - write your Trustees@mvwsd.k12.ca.us

SN is a candidate for MVWSD board

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