BAND TOWER BIDS FOR GLASGOW HIGH STILL TOO EXPENSIVE; BOARD TO LOOK AT OTHER OPTIONS PDF Print
Tuesday, 04 June 2013 18:43

The Glasgow Board of Education held a special called meeting at their central office on Monday afternoon, where they discussed the new bids for the construction of the Glasgow High School Band Tower.

 

The Board received two new bids but rejected both. Chairperson Elaine Richardson tells WCLU News:

 

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Richardson says further plans on how to provide a band tower are still in the works.

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The Board also approved Balfour Company as next year’s yearbook vendor, approved salary schedules for school employees and approved the certified employees extended days schedule for the 2013-2014 school year.

 

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