Glenview's D34 to Spend $380K on Building Improvements
The construction is scheduled for this summer.
Two Glenview School District 34 buildings are in for improvements this summer, Journal-Topics reports.
The construction cost is estimated around $383,000 and will start sometime after June 11, the article explained.
Improvements including the replacement of an emergency generator at the district’s administration building and the addition of new boilers at Springman Middle School are all aimed at “life safety,” according to Bob Lanzerotti, director of facilities and planning for Dist. 34.
This construction comes in the midst of budget woes for District 34. At a recent board meeting, the Citizens Finance Advisory Committee estimated the district will need $4 million to cover its current deficit and reach a balanced budget by 2016.
To learn more about the district’s long-term plan for improvements, read the full story here.
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