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WCCS approves building assessment

December 17, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County Consolidated Schools officials made a step toward more forward thinking with the district’s financial plans for its buildings.

At Monday’s Board of Trustees meeting, officials unanimously approved a comprehensive study of the long-term capital needs of all WCCS buildings.

“We want to look at all aspects of the buildings for the next 10 years,” WCCS Superintendent Pat O’Connor told the board.

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