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Buckeye school board approves repair money


LIVERPOOL TWP. — The Buckeye school board talked about building and equipment updates at its meeting Tuesday.

The repairs include fixing a wall in the shop room at the high school, extending the backstop on the softball field and updating HVAC units in the elementary school.

Repairs to the wall will cost $18,200, the backstop extension will cost $5,200 and updates to three HVAC systems will cost $47,890. The board approved money for the work Tuesday.

“Well, the wall in the high school shop area, there’s some cracking going on so we’ve been doing some testing to see where the problems are,” Superintendent Kent Morgan said.

“The softball field is something we talked about last year. We’ve done a number of things to the softball field.”

Repairs are needed for several HVAC units at the elementary school, and the district will begin with three units, Morgan said.

The projects are being put out for bids and the hope is work will begin in the spring.

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