MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- How to pay for needed repairs to the infrastructure at Mount Pleasant Schools laid out in a study are what's on the minds of school officials, according to The Examiner.
The Building Condition Survey released Jan. 20 is based on architects and engineers inspecting each of the district buildings and their systems, said The Examiner.
School districts are required by the state to do the survey every five years, reported The Examiner.
Survey conclusions are then employed by school officials to produce a capital plan over five years for the state Education Department by June, Superintendent of Schools Susan Guiney told The Examiner.
Parking, roadways, HVAC systems and ceilings need addressing at the elementary schools among work needed, said The Examiner.
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