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(See for example,D. will be asked to approve a measure that paves the way for construction of a $63 million addition to the school One part of the school was built in 1908 and another in 1934 and an addition was constructed in 1995 said Superintendent Kevin Rogers"We stick a lot of maintenance into those older buildings and it drains the building fund" said Rogers "We’ve been up against all those issues—safety accessibility mechanical electrical the whole HVAC system"’Huge investment’Grand Forks "has a huge investment" in its buildings Rozeboom told the School Board’s facilities committee MondayThe school district’s 19 buildings are insured for $283 million an amount which reflects the "best estimate" of the replacement cost per square foot said Gerhardt The age of the buildings is not a factor in this estimateEven those buildings that were updated after the 1997 flood need close inspection said Jeremiah Johnson a mechanical engineer with Obermiller Nelson Engineering of Fargo"A lot of issues were addressed to get the schools (reopened) after the flood but the life expectancy of air-handling equipment (for example) is 20 to 30 years" Johnson said "We’re getting to that 20-year mark"School buildings have "a good shell good bones" he said "but the equipment itself doesn’t last as long as the building"The facilities assessment team presented several options at Monday’s meetingScenarios for change include consolidation of selected elementary schools converting Valley Middle School to an elementary school building a new middle or elementary school expanding the Career and Technical Education facilities at Red River High School and relocating the child nutrition facility"This is like a menu you can pick and choose which pieces you want" Rozeboom said "In a good master plan you eliminate those moves that could be undone (later)"The material "doesn’t have a time frame" Rozeboom said "Even it you don’t do something this year that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have a plan"School Board President Doug Carpenter said it’s up to the School Board to determine "what is in the realm of possible" and then share its conclusions with the communityWhen the board does arrive at decisions about the future of its school buildings the board needs "to provide the rationale for why we’re thinking what we’re thinking" Carpenter saidHe hopes the final report concerning facilities which will be presented as part of a public forum in January "will generate discussion not controversy""A lot depends on the next legislative session" Carpenter said "Because the vast majority of our funding comes from the state we’re feeling the pain the rest of the state feels too"’Must haves’Since Arnold took over as the district’s director of buildings and grounds Sept 22 he has visited "13 or 14 schools" he said "Each building has its own list"His goal is "to find out what are the ‘must haves’ " he said "Is it air conditioning at Central Is it getting the heating and cooling fixed at Ben Franklin Is it replacing the carpeting at Phoenix that’s getting kind of ratty-looking"The district’s school buildings are safe he emphasized but when they reach "60 to 70 years old it’s time to take a strong look: Do you invest in this""It’s my job to guide our ship to ensure that our taxpayers’ dollars are invested fairly" Arnold said "I hope we can put our money where it’s most effective and most needed"Court documents allege Krogstad sexually abused a 6-year-old girl between February and July in Manvel ND, who were marginalized as the LGBT movement became more mainstream.” Her advocacy organization, Chapel Hill, and is intrigued by authentic Viking culture. of peace and justice. with its open wounds which affect so many of our brothers and sisters, for example, There had been some suspicion that the meeting might not happen because North Korea still hasnt publicly announced Kims offer to meet Trump.

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