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WCCS finds way to save on water main, open job

November 17, 2010

The WCCS School Board has found two ways by which to save the taxpayers money. The Eagle Tech project is a serious undertaking but board members are working with the city to replace a water main that will provide a sprinkler system for Eagle Tech at the Marshall Center.
The board’s original plan included a water main that would run along Walnut Street. The city had planned to install one running up Elm Street. The board can hook up to the city’s water main, paying only for the pipe it will take to connect to Eagle Tech—for a fee less than $5,000.
Additionally, the board discovered it could combine two jobs into one—a courier and a print specialist. The duties for both, carried out by one person, save the school system $23,000.

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