Garage cut from Salem school budget may still get built
Superintendent Michael Delahanty said the proposed $199,850 garage would store much of the equipment and supplies related to past and present facility renovations in the district. The structure would also be needed to replace an existing garage at the high school if a high school renovation project is approved by voters in March.
“Regardless of the outcome of the bond vote, I believe this is a structure we need to build, and I support building it,” he said. “That said, I’m interested in doing that without seeking restoration.”
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