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Adair School board gets overview of concession stands plans

2017-05-19 - ACMS, 322 Gen. John Adair Drive, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, .
Mike Sparkman, Alt/32 architect, present illustrations on proposed concession stands/public restrooms for girls softball and boys baseball fields, at the Adair County School Boards monthly school board session, held, significantly in the first structure, now 63 years old, erected on the school campus. Watching and seen in the photo from left, are Board member Mike Harris (Div 5), Board Attorney Coleman Hurt, Student School Board member Lauren McQuaide, and Board Member Terry Harvey (5). No action was taken on the concepts, but Sparkman said that the construction could be a relatively low cost, and would likely meet with little red tape at the state level because Adair County has taken care of so many other high priority academic and classroom facilities already. He told the board that because the state no longer requires prevailing wages on such projects, school districts are seeing bids averaging as much as 10-15% less than had been the case. - EW

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