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Boonsboro High getting new carpet in some halls

June 22, 2005|by KAREN HANNA

Boonsboro High School students will return to spruced-up hallways this fall.

The Washington County Board of Education voted Tuesday to spend $76,290 to replace carpeting in some of the high school's hallways and corridors.

Rodney Turnbough, director of facilities management for the school system, said before the meeting that carpeting in the building has deteriorated and has become a "tripping hazard."

Turnbough said the school, which parents frequently have complained is too dark, should benefit from new flooring.

"It definitely will be brighter than the dark carpeting that's there now," he said.

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