Mon Aug 8, 2022

Columbus school board talks maintenance needs, including truck with 450,000 miles

In October 2020, Chris Worley of Williams Township School Educational Foundation distributed photos to the county school board showing building damage at the campus. At that meeting, Superintendent Deanne Meadows and others stated the need to prioritize capital improvement projects and address them systematically.

In a nearly four-hour meeting Monday night at East Columbus High School, the Columbus County Board of Education approved proposals to repair or replace vehicles, mechanical equipment and auditorium fixtures described as past their expected lifespans.

The board also approved purchase of band instruments destroyed in the May 21 collapse of

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