By DON AINES
Staff Writer, Martinsburg
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - The existing sewage treatment plant for Musselman Middle School will be able to handle that school and the new Musselman High when it is completed next year, according to the construction superintendent for Berkeley County Schools.
In an update of the building program Tuesday night, Don Zepp told the Board of Education that the 10,000-gallon-a-day system for the middle school can be expanded to handle the new high school until the Berkeley County Public Service Sewer District builds a line to the area.
"All three schools can be handled by the same plant" if necessary, Zepp told the board. That would include the old Musselman High if a sewer line has not been extended to the complex by the time it is renovated into a middle school.