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School board OK's $204,510 bid for Pangborn school demolition

January 09, 2008|By ERIN CUNNINGHAM

The demolition of Pangborn Elementary School and the removal of hazardous materials from the site will cost more than $200,000.

The Washington County Board of Education voted Tuesday to approve a $204,510 bid for the work, which will take place over the summer. The vote was 7-0.

The school is being demolished to make way for a new Pangborn Elementary school, which will open this year.

After board member Ruth Anne Callaham questioned what the company would do with the rubble, Board Vice President Donna Brightman suggested perhaps the school system should consider having companies recycle what they can after such projects begin.

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